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Harbinger 

Summer Orientation, 

1988 

Through 

May 11, 1989 



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Summer Ork-ntation, 1988 



Harper College approves $3 tuition increase for '89 



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Hirpei tai fccided on • 
Awe *ill«i pet credu hour 
inC'ieaK far ilic (pniii MiiiMtster 
of IWf. 

Vice Pre»id««l, of 
Allimm»lrati« Scrwkw. Vtni. 
Miitfct, iKWiKd to araduata ill' 
tuue ftMJMg for Hirfier aa llie 
imjcr mmi. tm Uk iix-jMic. 

Ttiis reductiiM in «we 
(imdii lull IWS' ixm: Tmn is in 
mtmil oil of 2 1% fo lughcf 
nducalion •nd nwoiid a a 124% 
leitiictiMi in* lo Hcciemuid 



tiiiliom H t-omforiabl) m llie 
muti'inge when coffl|Mf«d. 
Scc«iM] Minte did a FiHUiciai 
PtDjaciion. Fof lite iMit time 



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iMmy credit hMn a icliool 
Mfvicei., "nie Kltool ihen 
nctiwH dMK biMli iwo 'y«ai* 
lain . Since Harpci't cnmUMeni 

hm dicrcMed in IWfM m 'will 
in fat*' imm ^ HMt fm 

IMUHII' 

te adiltHii' » Ac taw Hi' 

of iviiii Mir •CMoaiT •• •< 
whiite liai «»penence:d !»*» 
CMDritated to ilte luiuon 



Ai • remit of 
timancial iitoblenii' die .idia of 
■ailing (wtion wai caidomi 
MMIlltlcty'. Fint. mi ■Ml)raif dl 
wta ether colleKU «en 
I mm CMdiKled Maiy 
I laae tonnd ilwintelv'a 
I lilt Miiie 'ponUon m Hiiipcr 
Md IMM miiMl dHif milicai. 

Tlie Malyici* •■• |iit|iiiMl 
in A|iril oT \<m md iincc then 

MMK JClMXJl* tw*« deCKklJ 10 

turn imtkm even tlwuili in 
April Uief did not MarpCT » 



Acconlimg IB M.inkt, "k 
WIS ensy to' lac die iMUwiwii 
wouM ttavr *>me (iiiancul 
problans munttmiiig m kveb 
and ilandiiidi ui' ataidaii*. seiU' 
'tf we dMta'i inoente hiiium . " 

A mayor area in need ol 
fundi Wis capiiiil equipmeiii 
whkli enc(](n(iii3i«.t loO'lt for 
■nis(i'uciK>n<al {wrpoMs iniKro- 
icopei. ptijfKWi. etc.) Capiut 
ei|iii|iiMM Mil iimler two nrnjpi 
funds of Ite budfcl: edimauon 
and operatiO'»' Capi'Ul 
e<|tii'|iinenl (or edwation wus 
iNidgeied al SS4,U2 (or 19Sg- 
fl9. quile a dirrerence front 
$SW3» 11 I9S7-'«. 

Mate laid «acli ilefiMniciM 
■KMiey for equtpmenl 
oMMs ait listed undet 

I difMicM pnoritiei. With 
'Ike ttiition increues, Maiikc 
iMei. *We will now tte able lo 
P'tirdiase all itquestt' for 
tunoritiet one and cwo and Munc 
in dine.* 'Tlie eR'tiendiiurct for 
caiMial e(|ii'i'|iiiieni in cdinitiai 
for »W-'89unowSl.OTS,743 
due 'lo ite uitiion increaM. 

in April of nu an 
esti'maied S24,9'15„2«7 wo'uld 
Have been it*'eniic wttli a S27 
p« f-redil hour lutllon. Now 
Willi $M per crtdtl hour, the 
'Mvenue will tie. S23 J9S^S1. 

Eaimaied mpcndliwct weie 
w loial. S24.»3(),45S. They will 
■Btiw lotti S25.fl*>S,0'S2. Ai one 
can .nee. the budgei tulances. 
B'M if dnc Ind kien. no inacMC 



Mimke Jiaied, "fteie wtiuld have 
been a delicti dw to capital 
'Ciiui'pmenl 'puichaies itiai we 
■idcit" 

A liiition. !K!'rtii,«!' wii 'not 
die only way Hjifpcr'* biidgel 
hM-aioe bthwced. MwiC'y from 
C'tnain fiind* 'Wai mo'U'ed to 
oilier fund* '(wtere neeeMary). 
The Ope;titims Kiwni Certf icaie' 
{•refnini wm diBominiMj. 

An addiiicn lo 'die budgel. 
though. IS a pari'-iime posiww 
($20.0(K))' tor a Diiectot ol 
Min«>riiy Affairs, whicfc Haipef 
feeli is necesioiry in order lo 
betiC'r serve qiMiUfkd ni»n<iriiy 
candidine't'. Tliii ne'w {loation ti 
one of many |<»lt Harper hopes 
» aiian. Othet goal* thai 
Haiper sgliB' don't al'ways cost 
money, mwieitiiie* jusi reorian- 







Will luitiM need to tie 
lined again in the fiiiiifBT 
Manke answered. '1 tliink we 
thotild he able 10 mainiain dm 
luiuon for al lease dwee yean. 
hopefully more, but due lh« 
mimlw o( vanabha a 'dnee year 
'piedlciion may not, be entirely 



lie added, "We all need lo 
be rcaliS'lic alxnil receiving 

(luality prO'giamii and 'Sialf. 
modem equipmeai and. facilities. 
And 'Since lli'e Illinois 
legislature did mol 'pass a lax. 
mctease school funding looka 
bleak.' 

lMk.iBg pml ihetr iniiial 
swpriiie. «i«m smdenn said dial 
S30 was Bill • («»d price for 
ihe «d.ucaiion they w.t-re 
reca:V'Uif. 




rnaWtat Paal !«. Tfc«mr»« 



McGrath to Trinity-Thompson to Harper 



By DwU'Slw Hay 
Edltnr-lnChicf 

In Cteieiber. I«1 diC' Harper 
Col-lege Board of Trumeei. • 

conmntee ctattsling of eigltl 
eommumty members, begin die 
process of seleeiing ■ new 
pntidait- 

Tie' board e«a»i*ed the. 
prefideniial search advisory 
comwittte 4P'S.AC). which 
neleEtC'tl five 'noi«ii«iees lor the 
posilii'in. 

'The board (ormaHy iippnwed 
on April 2» Dr. Faul N. 
Tbonipion, then President of 
Beik'wue C'onmninity College iii 
Bellrvw:, *a»lliin|ti:ii». » succeed 
Jam.e» MtOmh. 

IfcOialli 'Bnided hi« ten year 
pifiidency at Harper Colte;ge 
early in hby. IMS u unilerufce 
amoihet challenf* « Trinity 
Colfcit in WiBhiBgBJn. D. C. 

I'reswieni Thonipstm huld* 
both a Pti.D in eJuiattoii ;»J. ». 
A.M.. degree in M.aitem.ilit.i 
front. Oui'ia»uji Adolphius ColilKte 
in St. Peter,. Minneioa... He Iti 
cti-authared i*[> ni.iith«;n»»lii'.» 
leiibooks and publi»fced 
ivumeious aructa in pi«le.i«ional' 
,t*:iumalii-. 

Scvenl gcKiits M'»we been 



by l*»eiiident Thontp»on. 
Near dw wp of his list i* die 
:iiBirc:lt bw new faculty (wmtan 
to replace the high quality 
menibcn W'ho are now rcLinng 
He think* (he leaicli wtU he vtn 
Mccessliil due to H4.rpci » 
nationwide reputalioii lot 
dedicawm iii aaidemc nceUence. 
I^esidcBt TlwiBpsxi vwtted 
Harper the week of May ,21 hodi, 
in KsiK'h of I houMc and to aiiend 
llK' :Miinefoii!( Mceiint,} icheduM 
for bun. Many memters of the 
Hi'rper staff met President 
'Thowiiion for dw first tunc, 

Itesidenl Thompson'* mtk 

'Ooriann, at lo'vcly as the day 1 

niaitied her," m wtiik,img lowaidii 

her' laHMd boccalaiireaie degree m 

aitdiropology ii;i buck -up her first 

in eiemieniatA'' nfuc-awcm, 

'The 'T"> '"!',:i've diree 

chihliwai" ic.andbei 

hl,l»^Jl^'d a'lid son Mtchael ire 
vuncnil), living, in .Albuqutfuue. 
f4,ew Me»,ico. ,Sara, *',ho it 
geiiinig inniMd ,in the titar (iiinrt. 
haii rttenily npluned tinrnt lapan, 
wtere sbe taught English, And 
Belkvue'. Wath,m|ton. 

Tbt Thinipson's. pressed '(or 
time, were 'unable lo find a home 
durmg dieir one week stay. Wlien 



Da* id w,is a Sophomore at 
Evergreen State College in 
they arrive- -President 
'Thflmpon's first day back m 
H,ar'per is July 2V-lh« 
■Th«Bp'«on'» pton to rent an 
apartment until diey can (ind an 
in-'diitrici htnisi', 

Pr«'«irirnt Thompvo')"' 
aj»pf>ir, '''ics during a 

(K-fi,'.,: '.laie funding 

mak,i:nif, iKitHj." .«e of his most 
impofUint laski lo iffl'Crease 

flC'VWIIlliS!!' 

Simitlarlj' in 1977 *e ta,;i for 
Haipcr 'WIS *'•■ t.>a'f^,t m the suite 
and Ib'C ■ "• *■* 

■underfill!'' -.img i<> 

Mef'i' " '■'•"'•1 student 

eiifcii Jijwm and the 

Slate An>rof'naiion w,a.s btting 
itdiEeA 

Me'Crrl'l'h came lo Harper 
'While it'wa* ftnaiic'ially urii:til)le, 
and fairoHy and stiff had liiile 
pnde ('« I'tietiet. 

,*,(:€ <'»rdin,f ii"' Martm i 
Ryan, dciin of tibeml a'' 
'"Ma'ale 'wh«i f'nn MvC'riid»'t,:ii 
10 Harper, ainons 'toth facuit:. 
and' :i«tff w'it ai ia lowest ebh, " 

Ryan eiplarned that 
MeGraih's predcicstor, Dr, 
'Robert I„j*il. *»• interested in 



putung Harper on the map by 
building otber campuses and 
enlarging the campus here in 
F'iiUli,ne, 

McGralh wanted to get 
Harper on the map by developing 
for Harper a rep'ulaiiO'n ol 
;ita(fcniic excellence 

Vit',c Prfviditm I, ' 
Alfait*. Dl Da ml William's 
explained Mit'itadi's the<»y aboul 
Harper and iii mtt Mi G rath 
beliewet that die lactttly and stall 
neeil to 'hi?' proud of Harjier and 
owisida Harper tlteir own 

Wdltaois said ''Owne'rvhip 
builds comnwinieii Involvement 
builds an 'Owneisbip-lype aunos- 
ph'eiB. Jim pe:rsoni(ks 'lliii "iset- 
iiivolvird' type ul loxkrAip," 

'■'We are hcic as an 
ed'UC'atioria) mswution. and Jim 
McCraih has kept »••■ ny.vm.r m 
ihiidiitc'iion.' said ''■'- 

,Ac:C'ardmg to v , ,11 

■M S(i,idenl.i\ffami., B'Jinn- Henry, 
hi'- liiirp-'Stcofitnbulrtm has been. 

'• " humanity. That and his 

>. us on stnileiit awareness." 

,He has created a mosl 

favorable and poiittve 

,environmem and ii 1* altnbuiable 

10 Prtiulenl 'McGrath. 

McCiraib has done a number 



of things for Harper College 
during his presidency Among 
them we die developmeni of mnl 
among the staff, encoutagemcm 
of adminisualon 10 teach by 
providing himself as a nnxlcl. and 
overseeing an increa.se m the 
lieaswry halantx (or die Ed,iicalion 
Foundation. 

He also provided the funds 
needed to efficiendy opcraie a 
tommunity college by 
suggesting a referendum which 
increased mxes, attended 10 die 
improvement of the campus 
i including the addiuon of over 
SOO treesK increased morale. 
opened communicalu'in among 
die staff, encouraged new ideas, 
and be provided good 
communication between Harper 
,and die hiiswiess community. 

Over dK years McGrath has 
learned "The.ie is a collociive 
wisdom 'in a college com'munily" 
and added 'dial the wi'sdo'm will 
direct the cO'mni'Uniiy in the 
'future. 

President Thom'pson will be 
leaving Betlevuc after a seven 
year siay. He received many 
honors from die college before 
his depanure including a "gomf- 
away" reception. 



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llarbinscr Summer Orientation, 1988 



Features 

Learn the Secrets of Success . 



1 



SbbI mc yew olT figS"! L<«" 
~.«S€ It the ia»e «'■«'<' •"" 

Ycjif Schools (SLO-2 r«V»^^^ 

Sa7Scr««.iwA«fir 

iTper College and the 

how to improve your 
j^^non.1 «k.Hs. »ci go*'*. 

"^^However. the« ■« *<•»' «* 
«^lBIEmi»alS^Vo«m««be 

SSltiorcill *««« Nejm«h 
Mtedtnt Activities to get mott 

o,«.lf,MW.p.cit»eorl*o 

tfa, yo<i (eel yo" •ooX' '« ** 
^HKtHieiii lO! 



"Goil Setting"- «»ilTroy«». 
September 11. 3.» P*" • *^*' 



Jrff r"fa"dfc 



-T.rnc Minagemeni'-- D«» 
Mc Ocimtd. Sepianlx!* W. J » 
p.m.. A241 a*b. 

-How to Deal *"•' '»"",* 

Riitemarv Murray »"" ", 

3;»p.iii.. *Wla» 

"MMkeiing SifWg'f ",I>'^ 
Donald Sedik. OctolKf J. 3 3" 
p.m., AMI •**>- 

■Conflict Resoliiiion" Dr- 
Pit Smiih-Piercc. October 10. 
J;30 p.m., AMI •*»>. 

-Personal Perautiion- o» 
How to Get What You Want - 
Wallace Dam Davis. Ociufcer 1 1, 
4:00 p.m.. A242. 

^, „t- Any qucstians? Call Michael 

•Making Meetings worn - ^ = '(jq7.M)00. e»: 2242) or 

Itmm Pankanin August l*.. J*^^ ^^^^„ (3<,7.3(M». ex: 

J:30 IMO. *241 ■&«>■ 2244). Reftcshmentt wtH »c 

*k^..i nwed. » come and jotn the 

•Talkini * V id Leadership Track If* sure » 

itetoli«ii«*«I» ; "«^ " 3L bcmg out the kada m JHlil 

Sapwhcf ». 3:30 p.«^. «4l 



. Affairs at Northern Illinois 

and 1>" **A^ '"v,,,hed several articles m Cf^*^^*-"^?^^ 

Urt.vcrsily. Mf P"^"*X»iional session presenter a. «8'""^^., leadership 

,„d -s a frequent '^'1""''"""' ,„.„s mcludc group iHnamic. 

TaJferences. '^^^^""r and values dcvc.opcnKnt 

ethics, motivation theories. 



nn M- f lelland 



•Relationship Dilemmas of Adult tnuurcn 
»nd Hardiness Therapy" 



^^^mnmmWUs mmBmm<s Uw We 



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Sarpm- Cal/if • radio 



.-ii„n mnndau Julu 15. PltasiStopbu 
If gnu ttilag tilkinfl »nd listtntng to grBit music 
WHCmoiUbtnnthitir 

{romBam lilZpm.onFndas 

, . r, nt.ildina H or ntm it HOmE on «»» Ctblt flcciss 
Ymi can liittn in Buiiomg n or now 



... c.«« <.r«W.. nS SafiBIE JSiSiBES » 
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Entertainment 



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The Harbinger Summer Orientation, 1988 




Page 3 



"/g/^" suMfiieR, Afovte 



%f Kwinm BalBis 
Intcrtalnmcat E<Jll«r 

'Big', the lourth-lEld in M 
■dulls body-rilm of 1988. is a 
cooradytamince iiamng Tom 
Hanki < *Spltsh*, 'Drignei*. 
"Tti« Money Pii") i% Joih 
BiKkiii. Joih IS a twelve yew old 
who wishes bjinictr inio • 35 
year old't body. The movie also 
■ttrs Elixatieth Perkins as Susan 
! ('About IjMl Night") , 
e toy comiMny executive 

Early in (he movie we find 
loih at a canivil, jealous and 
U{isel becanie his junior high 
love inieitst. Cyniliia Benson, is 
with a high Kho«l guy. In 
hisanger. he mates a wish to 
3S0LTAR ( a carnival wiibing 
machine) to become big. In the 
t IM wata <4) in tlie 'body 



or a 33 year old. 

Confused and fnghiened, Ik 
runs away. With the help of Ms 
best friend Billy. Josh finds a 
job with a toy manufacturer in 
the want ads. 

On the inli. he maeii Smm 
Lawrence, who makes Cynthia 
Beniton look like ...well, a child. 
Susan is attracted to Josh's 
playfulness and innocence, and 
ihcy become romanticly 
involved. 

Meanwhile, his best friend 
Billy franiicly searches for 
ZOLTAR in order to return Josh 
10 his old (young) body and 
warned family... 

Tom lianks turns out an 
cicellcni performance ai the 
youngster. His natural 
plsyfolness and energy make his 



liOtlBS TOT liBW yBBT 



Studenis interested in 
; have many oppamintiics 
for involvement ill Harper 

There are several dieaire ckaHcs 
ftnom whkli to cborae as well at 
p'lay pti^ducuoni available for 
undent panicipation. 

The fall prvKjuctJon of tile 
Mafpcr Cotlege Thcaire will he 
fhe classic i)ith century Italian 
comedy. "Tlve Servant of Twi» 
Masters* by Carlo Coldoni. 
PtoducUon dates are November 
1 1. 12.1 3. 18* 19. 

Baaed on the iwmmSit dttt 
urie. a popular (atm of ihcane 
which flourished in Europe foi 
bimdreds of yean. 'Servant' 
lelli the itory of Mo ptiri of 
young lovers wbo. hn 
ccmpttcated reasons,, cannot 
iMilt out dM:.ir own af fairs. They 
are assisted in their 
misadventuies hy die rascally 
servant. TraffiMim. who finally 
helps (hen resolve their 
difficulties. The play is 
chiracierizeal by action, iniiiglic. 
disguiic and bumo'. 

Auditions for 'The Servant 
ot Two ^laiiiefs* wi'll b« heU on 
Tuesday and Wednesday. 
September 13 and I* mt p.m. 
in dw 'Theatre. Buildmi J. The« 
will bt n callback on 'n'tindu)', 
Scptisnter IS. at 1 p.m. in the 
Theatre Students interested in 
auditioning should read the 
script: copies will be: available 
on reserve in the Library when 



classes begin Students 
inierestcd in workmg on the 
technical aneas of die produciwn 

or those with ijuesiioa! ab«jui 
die audition are encouraged to 

comet Mary Jo Willis. Director 
of Theatre, in her office. A 139. 
or telephone 3UT-3000. est. 
2448. 

The spring production dits 
year will be die musical revue. 
'Jacques Brel is Alive and Well 
and Uvtng in Pans", Prod.uctKm 
dates are April 14. is. 1 5; 
21, 22M 23, .Auditions will be 
held in early Pebrua.ry. Wateh 
the Harbmgtr .foT'deiaik 

Theatre classes .available lo 
students include; Inirodtiction 
to the Theatre. .Acting. 
Stagecraft and Oral 
tnietpretiition. They are offered. 
during the fall and spring 
semesters. Contact Mary^ Jo 
WiUis for detai,Lt, 

Student* are encoimged to 
stop by the B,m Office, 
Building J, and meet Kevin 
Cicigcf. Tbeatie Miuiager. Kevm 
Kimeiira,es baS' need of tmh 
Mriumeer Md paid student help 
(or the ,many events which are 
held each ,scmestef in the 
theatre 'This work includes 
Mliing iikkcts, ushering, 
running lighu for ,iiltows and 
similar oAer ilieaM lelaied 
activities. 

If you're interested in 
dHsatre. get mvolvtid ai Haipcr. 



WELL Ir LIKE It la- 

movies with Mike Park 




cbaracier truly believable, despite 
the obvious plot (law. Eliiabeih 
Perkins is alao very good a* die 
epitome of yuppie-dome. 

The supporting cast is 
equally good.especially Robert 
Loggia as Mac MacMillian. die 
owner of the toy company Jon 
Loviti. die Liar Guy on SaiunJay 
Night Live, also makes a cameo 
appeanncc at a fruMnied bottom 
of the ladder ofTce worius 

"Big" is wonderfully dirtcied 
by Penny Marshall (Liveme and 
Shirley) who also directed 
'Jumpin' Jack Flash * 

Overall. "Big" is BIG. The 
cast is wonderfully talented, and 
die script is fantastic. 'Big* it 
dK feelgood hit of die siaimer. 



Harper^s 

speech 

team 



The Harper's Sjicech Team 
u> gearing up for die I9i(fl-il9 

school year. Harper's team is 
preparing for a competitive 
•sawn and a growing tcjun. 

Tte team will be compet- 
ing in sevcnl divisions: Duct 
Acting, Poetry Interpretation. 
Prose Interpretation. Persua- 
s,K,m. Inlormative Speaking. 
Speaking to Entertain, Im- 
promptu Speaking, and Reader's 
Theater, as well ,as other eve,nii 
dw vary at each 'KwmamcnL 

According to Ma,rcia 
Lilicnta. Director of die Speech 
'Team, iliey will be, competing 
in loiim,afflenis as far away as 
Illinois Suite I'niversiiy or as 
close to hom,e as I^'lg,<n 
Cttm,munity College. Harper 
will host a loumaraent which 
emtflcs stadents to learn die 
"beihind-ihe-icenei' aspect ai 
well 

Speech Team can offer 
tuition rebates to Harper 
smdcnu who ijualify and 
ihro,agh their compciiiion 
ftuifentf ,cam eipcriencc which 
becomes vtiihte to four-year 
univeiiities. 

It yoi) are imcuEsied. cimtact 
Maicia M Litrenia. Director of 
Speech Team. Room F)48 
ExiensicHi 294*. 



PHBOTflSm II: thi btUi ■» back. 



By MIkt Park 

Unfortunately, it's no< 'just 
a bad dream". Phanusm II 
features such favohies as James 
LeGross. Reggie Bannister, and 
Angus Scrim, who turns in a 
deeply moving performance with 
his interpreution of 'The Tall 
Man". 

It's difficult to describe the 
plot bwause there isn't one lo 
speak of. Perhaps the only 
mason for having a sloiy tine at 
all was ID link die clicbe's. 

As far as I could tell. Mike 
(LeGross) and Li/ (die girl he's 
psychically linked to just like in 
dial Disney movie "Escape Ftom 
Witch Mountian') know what die 
Tall Man is up lo. and diey know 
he's afUsr lAem. 

So Mike convinces Reggie 
(Bannister) lo help him kill die 
Tall Man( only after the Tall 
Guy's army of little jawa men 
blow up his lamdy). 

They follow die Tall Guy's 
mile wide path of destruction. 
with their mighty arsenal of 
"tools" . 10 mcci up vk'iUi him at 
the sleepy liule town of 
Pengourd. There dicy find Lii. 
fight jawas. have a light 
saberesque duel with chainsaws, 
and encounter the Tall Man's 



Black & Decker luinless steel 
cordless rechargeable 'balls of 
Death'(which. to my 
disappointment, have absolulely 
nothing lo do with the ttory. 

There's a gratuitous sex 
scene, an obligatory freaked out 
clergyman gets killed, ana a 
bunch of scary 'zombie at the 
window* shots. The Tall Guy's 
henchmen die violent, terrible 
deaths, and Uicy spike die Tall 
Guy's embalming fluid with 
acid.He dies ? The end ? Not 
quite 

Everybody gets out of 
Perigourd o.k.. They hop in die 
Herse driven by Reggic'.'s hitch 
hikin' girlfricndAiabe named 
"Alchemy' and thinp arc cool, 
'til she pulls off her <;calp. slices 
Reggie up. and all of a sudden. 
out of nowhere the Tall Guy's in 
die front scat! 

This movie is truly lame. 
Its two redeeming qualities are 
the silliness of the gory death 
scenes (which arc a hot) . and 
pe;rhaps the coolest evil monster 
guy ever conceived,.. "the Tall 
Man". 

I think what I'm trying to 
say is this movie makes very 
little sense so I have no other 
chtMce but to raic il a .HUH!?! 



G«t Your Tickets to Entortainrrwnt .... 

Harper College Mon Office 

Localtid in j Buildng 



Harper's Box Office provides tickets to all college 

events except Athletic activities Call the Activities 

Hotlme for informatJon about coming attractions 

( 397-3000, ex: 2552) . 

See excitng entertainment so close to home! 

We've had Richard Marx, Judy Tenuta. Movies. 

Lectures. Pllays and a whole lot more! 

Hours 

Stummu 

Mon-Thurs: 10-8 pm 
Closed Frt 



£M 

Mon- Thurs : 10-7 p.m. 

Fn. 10-4;30pm. 

The Box office is also open 1 hour betora all events. 



j 



Upcoming 



The Harbinfer Summer Orientation, 1988 



Page 4 



Financial 
Aid 



TIk (Mficc of Ptnaocwl Aid 
iHMl VeKftn Aflmn. locaMl in 
RtMiM A-W' imv'Mles ■■■■(■nee 
ID iiiidiiiis. in iMciJ' of liMC'itl md 
inoMfcriPMiiiiMic tfttrediieaiiM 

Applicailmi. IM ■«aiiiil>k ftw 
nil matat (edeial ml sutr lUiataii 
■id pngnmi^ tnxiituiifmal ind 
private jcholiirslups Nited on 
inenl luid or specific mta of study 
■re ate avMbtife.. 

Get lo know ilw smtf m die 
Office of Fimanci*! Atd and 
VcKfam' AffanI 

Mr*. Lorraine 0»(e>, 
FiMncial Aid Aniawtl will aitm 
yen with die (cdenl, iiai«, and 
iiutiitiiMiiial mi pfofranii. 

Mb. Jan J»t,otet)ii. Vcleiant 
AiMitam will »rw*(T ()ii«i|iMii 
aid iXK'CB <l(x:iiim»uijtiii 
fa die VA EttucaKwal 

Mr. Frank S4)i«iu. DiRCW. 
wa very apiXDiKtaMe ftlliiw and 
wefeome* all of yciu lo Haipi'.|Ml 
lie img-m Ktmot ytm. 



Claoas Bcftn 

Urn Dir lot Lint iagiiMMw 
Urn Day tor .AdHinf Oaiiai 



Job 

Placement 

Free 
Student 
Service 



Owt ninety pewcnl of all 
'Hjupei smdenii wfirk pad-li,nie or 
fuH-ume wWr attending Hjiriier. 
If y«i warn ficlp fiwIiBg Ittc nght 
,ji* for you. ite Harper Platemem 
Offic* in room A.M7, mjy be Me 
10 help you. 

file pteemenii office offers 
leg iMiitiiHi to' ■ c(i(iii|xilc«ed ph 
roaicdtnit sysew nnl ,|i* referrals 
in your area of interest wilt Ix; 
asm diiecity to your («jiiie, 

Enililoymeiil hodks *uh over 
1200 active joli opiwrtunitic* are 
tvailaM<e for ytwr iieriinl in Ilw 

Informaiioti on rttnne 
wnlini and interviewing it alw 
■vwlatik in the pljcemeni ofricc 
in the form, of pamphlet*, hxiks, 
aiidvidfiM. 

ApftoiiiimMis M«y De made 
widi a coMiidor in diiciiis your 
caiwr iM«mu or pb mmth 



LaniOny 
policy > 



for 



111 



Sqiieinher n A .M 
aiilbi and OrianiutioM Duy 

CkMiber IS 
Midteni' 

L«t Dny ta' Willidnwli 



Ifiiaf •« leilt can he taken to 
help Kin otil confusion »houi 
counc majon or eaieci choces. 

DiKover il ■ conputeriied 
caiecT iimma pcograM dim nay 
be utilized in die plann)eni.4i(lke. 

Tlic Qircei Plmniing Center 
and Pteement Ofrice it open fbooi 
MM a.n. tiniil Xip.m. Monday 
diioiigh Wedneaday and fnim (i:30 
»..m. unul 4:30 p.m. on Thundiiy 
indFndjy. Call W7-.«K)0 » 2T20 
for more informaiuin or 
appomimems. 



WciliH-sday. .twly 27, tnd 
IhutHliiy. July 2H, fmm R ».,.m. to 
1 p..ni. will he luiiimcr text (look 
buy back tn IhC' Htxiktiore 

The icMiktioce i*-!!! pwch*« 
teiibooki at one -half the new 
price based on the followmg 
condition* 

I. B<M>kM(ire hat a 
BiH.*li>ii (i:» tJtc emtrse. 

2. Books are current 
ediuin .mkI in (ood ccMdilion.. 

Woifchooks. 'iyllalMi.!K«. IBM 
nmierijili, cassettes., or oversiiKk 
will not. tte hought tack . If the 
Nu'iks arc not being used, if 
ap(>lii:ahle. wbo.le«ale price* will 
he paid. 

Computer 
Discount 



Siartiag Tliwid«y, July 13. 
I.9W. IBM Coiporjiiion. Academ.ie 
Computing, and the Harper 
CoUege Booknore are offering any 

full or pait-ume Harper faculty 
mcmhet. llaO member, student, m 
■dminitnior the opportunity to 
prarchaw IBM microcompuier 
pnxhici*,. inclndini. stnoil all of 
die iww IBM Personal Syimi/2 
line at a 40% diicotiM in Ihii 
Hiaipcr Co)lc|e BooioiiiHe. 

Anyone inimeaiait tlwiiU pick 
up a pactel of Mimuiion from 
the Booksiorc. In particulai, the 
document 'Ckdermi ln:siiw:.tiont* 
will coniain ccMipkte. detaik 

'The packet also conuins a 
sample order form., a dim'ttimer 
which must be »t|ned., a list of 
approved dealers for delivery, a 
computer' needs 'sclf^' assessment 
form, and ■ complete product/price 
lift of all eligible equipmctiL 



i;'l»» to 



WhaVs happening when and where? 



(tlvb fltiaB 



j!i»iii*i'.s CO I urn '11 avert wtek lor wft*! cluos and 

''•'• mettiBO' 'f '' ' ' '•'* ''0' "W'e* *"''"i' thew:. 

W <|ir8i:n-i.tali''iB.'r'' i»'""i3 'wai'". «■ '""'*•'"' ■'"-' D'jEI'! !**•''• *''" '"'Ol 

r»i.yi:i"i It lo tti'ti Hiiiii'b'tng«f ollicei *367 by th« Frid»| 
ftrlar to pii'Mici'lion- 



Club Name: 

Activity Function: 

W'here: 

When: 

Contact; 

Comments: 



Student Senate 
Officers Needed 



Do ytm have politics in your 
Mood"* Perhap* you just like 'to 

play a part in your school's 
ad.mlniniwalion and alst) enjoy 
meeting m;w (icople who share 
your intcrcsw 1( aii'y of these 
iraiLs apply to you peirhaps you 
.arc interested in running for 
'Student 'Senate at Hiir|ier. 

Here n all the mfonnjiiiori 
that you should nct-d to gci 
involval. 

The Siudeni Semaie ecmsiits 
of one ttpiC'seniaiive from each of 
the folio* I ng sii acadcmic 
div'isicms- 

-Bu'dncss ml S«?al -fcience 

-l.itKTiil Art.s 

.Lift Science and Human 

Scrvitcs 

-'Phyiical Education. 

Adiletics. and 'RiiicMMion 

-Special Frograms and 

-Tecfmology. Madwnatict. 
and Physical sciences 
In addition, there are smdeni 
•repreiemativei from : 

Club and Organisation 
Council (3> 
-CotaitelnrAideifl) 
-StiidfliitTmsioe(D 
In order to represent a 



divimm, your doctecd academic 
program must be m that division. 
or llie majooty of your hours this 
fall must be in that divition. The 
.Student Activities Office will 
advise you of the division you aie 
eligible to represent 

Interested students must 
complete a declaration of 

candidacy form in the Sludeni 
Ac II vines Office, third floor. 
Building A, in order lo be placed 
on the cloclion bal.lot. 

•Candidacy Forms Available 
Aug. 22 Student Activiucs 
Office 

•Completed Candidacy 
Forms Due - Sept. 8. 2;oo 
p.m. Student Activities 
Office A 3'1«> 

•I l,xih.>n>..Sept. It & 20 
a. Ill h [1 m . Bldgs. A, D, 
F, and J 

•Firsl Scnaic Mocling - 
Friday Sept. 23. ! :30pm 
• Student Senate Meetings 
every other Friday at 1:30- 
3:00 p.m 

For additional infonnauon. 
cimtaci the Student AcUviliet 

Orficc. A336. 



Harper College 
Clubs For You 



am you fcow dial diene are 23 
active club* nn campiis (and then 



Ob 'Yes! and one of them 

may he just Ihc nghl one for you! 

.AfHonomy Club 
Attociation of Legal 

Students 
'BrDthersi and .!ii\ieis in 

Clirist 
Cadiohc Campus MsniMry 

Oli:^-:'1 .l.i-' 

C'h. •• 
[l.ii. 
Ft, 
Fi. 

'I'la.; 

, .H»!' :' ■ 



Itli 

I'll CI 

( 
0|' 

Pi'i 

Pti';. 

t 
■pi 

I" 
Pol. 
Pwi 

i::*r'L . 



Word Procesing Slndenft 
Assoc taiion 

But Wait! Thai's not alt! We 
alto have dieae organizaiions: 

Speci-hTcam 

Radio Siatjon (WHCMi 

Point of View (Literary 

Maga/.im 
Student Newspaper 

(HarbingtT) 
>;,..,. i,..,. [»,,l-.l,.-.,t,'"><ii B-vinl 



'I iXJ VUIC U' ' 

■ m on Sn'«i"i" 



111 IMiwiis 



Wlh or Snti iini'l . 



Editorial 



The Harbinger Summer Orienlation, 1 98« 



Page 5 



I %lllt| 



by JON CALDARA 




Editorial 



I %iiiii 



by 




M«iia||ii| nauar 

rhf, r .1 '^ "" MHorjal wraien by your Edilnr in 

»nere else. K»r Uk- orientuKiti issue wc dccufcd in «vVih- 
[Joug Ml! I also welcome tetters to the Ediior on anv old ih,r,» 
*'» >our Iciier but if you don't wish tt) hau- ii nnmed ilui\ 
yo»"tim ,7 m A wt'^ h€«nng Irom us You cm drop 

JON CALDARA 

Sim mm I '^^ailablB Positions with 

Tfie fCar dinger 



^ -n wMawtis 

■ senr 




■Liiiri 



Th» fiarbinfsff 



i'nt 



I «YirET 



\ 



■■■HliBOiM^^ 









the serH' 
approxLTi 
must. 




run 
.. .• h 

tecQunr iiig, 
- -^.JJieaa is welcome to apply in 
ptii'son at the Harbinger office Room 
A367. 

by JON CALDARA canJ^^ntTlTT^"^:^ ^ ^'^'^ 

I I ^--mmuj.aajjxi Uli daOb JaUid dS Well aS d 

w mufmmfmA p r'- s s i b l • . tuition rebat • . The 

j-v:"/ at least 6 credit 



«msm 



P !■■■■' s s i b 

,^'""'''" ' '*'''' '-■'/ '^ii' ■icaat o crecat 

hours and maintain a 2.0 averaqe for 



The position requires 
■J hours. Experience is a 



Stofl W»»6»ff« 



■addi t i on The Harbtn^er i s 

''' ''"""""'"" ' ■* staff writers and 

''Xfserience is good 
■"•e your name in 



ik.ict.,, la, 

KCfv 

■tiiiilf im!il,lii:,wjuu 



!::« 1 



■:l!Clf 
> m 



proibleou, and,; 
Htttth S.- 

Canfi, ',;■.,, 



Ftenmncy, 



'.'NlPlf III in 

irenesmiil l,m . ., ! •, 
.••'ibleiiwitBdiii' 
Watch iht- 1 
ihe HarhiBgct :.,, 
informaticm on prognnu 



Ki-4,t'!>t,.. 
<"fm(«ii;i. 










•me Harbiiiftr Sumnier Orientation, 1988 



Paget 





The Harbinger Summer Orientation, 1988 



Page? 






Sports 



Tlie Harbinger Summer Orientation, 1988 



Page 8 



Baseball: 
end of season 
reflections 



THANK GOD! A New Track! 



Hy Kevin Ciollltltia 
Storia Cal<iia>l*l 

H's All-Sttf break ap». 
•ml we all ki»0* *•>« «<»•» 
wieiM. Righi? The isims in 
fi« place now: (Dodfen, Mrts, 
Athtoiics. »n«i Tiger*) will 
ftii* llicie M the tM <»( the 



Yeah. Imdil>. Th«. Giwt* 
MS ctooiai in quickly ■«« will 
haw the Dixlfers tH-gg'ng foi 
mmy by mid-August The 
Ti|e« ait playing well abow 
iliew hen*, and w«lt be ptsumil 
nnby i bevy of teams. 

So at leaM i*o wiB illy n 
the inp. ri|hl? Maybe. If the 
Ai ju»t slip a tiny bit. the 
Twins will be with theiii necfc- 
and-Micli lo ihc end. 

The Piiwes are (or nJ fIKe' 
Cubs arenl), and a few »«« 
iliiinps hy the Men. like the 
one iheyie in know, and 
Pnuburgh coMld give New York 
wme real pioblemi*. 

Mi<l-S»a"io« Awarit: 
NL MVf: Dtriyl 
Strawberry. Runner- up: Kirk. 
Gtbion. 

Al. MVP: lose Canseco. 
Ruwiei-ii|>: ,t»nni» blerily. 
SarfriHt: Oieg M;a<Wn» 



(IS- J), Doug Jono (!<> »««»«». 
Chris Saho ( Ja>* »vg . 32 
doubles). lose Canseco s 11 
fttats (>hcn d»{J this guy 
suddenly become a speed 
demon '). »d Brwx Sutter (the 
best comeback siory in a long 
iMie.) 

Ditsapoinlatnlf: Enc 

Davis. Tony Owynn. Jack 
Moms. Benito Santiago. Dtui 
Mamngly. Mel Hall. Juan 
Samuel.. 

Finally playl"! like 
t*crybo4y sayi they 
shonld: Shawon Donjion. Bo 
lactaion. Darryl Strawberry. 

Final Prtdictinns: No 
changes since March Meis over 
Otanis m J. Yanieei over As 
in ft. Meis winning subway 
scriis in 5. 

Olbcr finiihiai 
imchet: Maddux's arm all 

but r»lls olf by the end uT tlic 

year, he finuthes '12-9. Canieeci 
becomes the Tirsl 40-40 man 

CVCf 

Plajeri possihlf 
pnltint final mmlie* on 

ibelr career: Tommy lobi, 
Oacy Carief. Mike Seb«i.idl, 
Charlie Hough. 




IV conlotnce coach »'''=»""' ^,rt.„„ „f speed. A su.c of 



mmniLL 



wmi 



i,j:raas>Jii:a^aM. 



Harper offers a wide variety 
of iliernjni«» lo students with 
an I mere It in sports and 
physical fimank 

For those Iniereitwl in 
pan.icipaung in ..atenwllfigiate 
aitileucs. Harper offen. Hmrieen 
vamiy sports for men and 
women including foiitWi. 
cross-country, tennis, basket- 
ball, wrestling. »wim.mini aiMl 
diving, irat* and. fie.ld. lofiiilil 
and bcMcbitt. 

The aiMeifc 'p«|ram offers 
•ludcnts (be opporlamty to 
ciM'lM'ie al. teal, state, and 
national levels wnhm the 
sirueiure of the. North Ceniial 
Coninninitv College C<«fere«.:e 
tmO and Tht National lunior 
College Alblttic Assoc ialion 
(NJCA.A). 

In addition, over .WO 
jtudent .mhleies have received 
aililetic 'icbolarshiips lo (ow-year 
colle|Cii/Bfiiv«rMia. altar ilieif 
putKipuionaiHaiiMt. 

.In recent years Harper 

Mlileies have acceptttd «hi>tiir- 

ii-;. offers from Colorado, 

si.ngion Sttie.. W'Mtem 

•jigsn. South Cafolin*. 

■tiwesKtn. Iowa, r.-x-i-. 

;. lis A* M.. South Florul-i. J.1I 

Illinois state school* and many 

oiheis ai:rosi die osiniiif. 

Students interested in 
inien'Ollcgiale athletics should 
coniat;t the ■physical Education 
Athletics and Kecrcalion 
Division Office (Building M; 



W7-:WX) «.l.. 24«». 2467) m 
mm as pOMihle for addiuanal 
information about starting daW 
and athletic eligibility 

An etieniivc intramural 
pragram *» also available ii> ail 
Hacper iiudenii. Some; of the 
aciivitiai otfefe4l include league 
competition in busebatl, 
lofibill. touch livoihall, 
votteyWi... fliMir hcickey aiMt 



Tmifianiinii for racnuel- 
iMll.. bitliafdt and ping-pong ae 
.tlto coordinated through the 
Inirtmunl Office. Students 
iniertsied in men's and women's 

body eondHioning and MM «wl 
1(100 mile clubs may also 
toni«rl tbe Inoimural Ofri<:.e. 

The Inir'amwai Calendir of 
Events Kd sche«lwle of aeuvilieis 
are available out'-''- '*" 
Ininimural Oltice ( M 
the Information Bi-. .' 
■mm. Building A). .Anninince- 
mcMS of upcxwiing events will 
alio be listed >" the Hatbrngf. 
on eantpu* hillelin kunls and 
will be bfoade:asl over the 
campus radio station (WHCM). 
Student .aides, supervisors 
..inJ league and tournament 
iports officials tie also needed 
foe file Iinnwi'ural PtogHim.. For 
fkinlwr iafkaiMtion or' to apply 
(or supenriiorj' y offlCiaiMg 
work. eo«ia« die tatwmural 
Office (MM:) at W7-M)00. 
est. 2466.2467. 




by Httnm .ilaachard 
Sftirlt MltOT 

"Anotber one bnei Uk; dust." as a nuivemnf piet::e of pseudo man-meal named Micheal Spinks gol 
mio die ring with the micnsiiy of a due caught in die licadlights oi a htack-iruck. 

I got the feeling he knew what he wis in fw. Tyson., reality's answer io Rocky Ill's rii.ihbi-f Ung, 
made ihis ms.mp eiiranagan.M mio a huge np-off. 

Rather than lo inirratc ittc fight I'd like lo latk about 'die fans. We all know dial Tyson f«l Spmks ii 
knuckle sandwKh half 'Vkay ihrmigh die first nwnd. the fight was funny in a brutal sort of wj> . bui Hie 
ciowd W.W funnier. 

Since I did not 'pay M bonci (Wt don't say tkillars in the fight game) to see die ftght (did I call it a 
fight' , I meant conlesfl on clMeid-cticuil TV, I waltzed it on HBO fiwn S) diflerem camara tnglcs 

My rwirnmaie and myself musl. have counicd. 20 people tlill standing when Tywm brole Spink?' 
|fiU aiid scat hi.m down (or the second time. They wtre all in varoiai sagis «'•.' ir't-tg ready lo t>c 
CMcnained: smoking cigarettes. dnnk.mg beer and I even observed one man apping his shin into tiis (ly. 
One 'wrnri'iin was puking her nose with a pen. 

Finnlly. when Spinks went down from only iva shots lo the dtime (bead) . the people in die crowd 
almost in unison sht-iA their heads in disgust, and I had lo shake mine. 




VOL. 23 NO 01 William Rainey Harper College 



Palatine Itlinois Ihc Harhinjii-r ScptemlKT I, 19X8 



Faculty amid negotiations 




R> Vk'kl MlltntU 

.MSI 16. IWS lt,c 
■-. . ■ ... iilty mcnihcrs oi' 

W ilium K*iney Harpirr College 
tmvt been woAinf »iiliou« a 
cdimct. 

Ttiif liin made Ibi ji m«e 
■hiui' memj tlatf wmkmg uitdrr 
kii tiiim d«'.unt>le a>iid.iuoiu.. 
■ 'Tke Ml-(ime fitruliy teame m 
imcasy thai ikey (ell ii was 
necessity » picket llic Btwd of 
Trosieen, mecMg on Thunday 
Aug- 25, This w» jwifi of m 
efflnn to mftprm ihe hcwril of llieir 
nncciM ■Ml ii> thaw ihii they 
■re mmni mnH <mttnm. 

There me 3 main ci'mcrn* 
•teM lir fxuity wmM like lo 
adiitn tieferc tcllltng iHcif 
contnict"!' :i alary mcrease, aw. 
itnitraruc hcncfil imtrenc. an. 
iulom.U!.. promoiirin i'lum 

Opluri'. . 

.A 
■ilufini." ih. ,'• . 

Iht.t i;.:, :;l 



n. tuxdtik- h,uf(l"%iiiIlo 

S.tiii-<: then tin; taird has noi 
lespomkd ii:> \ha ptoptjmi "Area 
high K'litwih, lite (liMHCl 211. 
hii*e had appr».)»iin.aiely a 7» 
tiicrevic, and oAet conintumiiy 
colte,|!:ej have eipem-nced a ft. J"* 
incK.a«." Mid Ray Mm-hrlin, 

"The •»* (rflereil m aK) not 
)us a latai-y inciease, pan of ii 
would go toward < 
hrncriu." adtl 

Dtirmg 1m Thimdsiy'!! boiird 
mcetini. fafully llnuin hwidem 
Phil Stewart presented to the 
'hoard ■ satary aimpuisrm sheet 
from tfea tchcxi'ls and Umtn. ul 
inforfflalmn from m audit 
viindiicu-din t<»U7. 

'Thes* diKumenb showed ihc 
h»» (or the iatiullies profuKiil 

4S 



i.t b) iiiuprr .t.ml 

r." ..Ill .1 ■■■>!-. I.I I'll 



I'Fhiiitit ft). 



hows, or mctic ill jtractuak- study 

mui! rrr>.t fill <Hii .in .ipfihtation, 

.:i,i.-ii' iIxTi 

''■'.' ' ■, ; ■ . ii-ii> iiriil 

..l« foully memhiTs <iv 

! The number ol 

ai,:s«iitc professws gniined full 
IMOfWonhtp IS ririihlc and is 
demnined by finttts availahlc aikl 
cretleittiab of jipi^icants 

It IS the Board of Trusi<:f\ 
lesponsilnhly to .in'hm: .ill 
prolcsMjrship's, 'The laculij livl 
malty arbiliary I'aciors evolve 
during ihit proccra. I« esample. 
Ihc leviewci's frame of mmd. a.nd 
ptTM.tnal knowledge of ihc 
tipftlKaril. 

By impUvmcniing an 
aimwiiiin (irom«ton based uti !».• 
of .no* uii()xxil'kd rcnuircme.ms 
"IV hope l€i eliniin.r 
...UHt m.akeihe puk. 

,: il T>>.- K':irit (a* 11,,. 



<\t 



one 
I he 



Faculty pickets 



II, K"l.crl H..K 
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't ilic liu-ir: 
■.fm:tMn!'t:'»l i 



J I. h.ii' 

\\ ik'ii .1-1 1,-.; ,i| 

iiU'Stoii-s inii'ii.l-. ■ ifl 

(loiid lailh *iil' 'U. 

TriBliCe Ijrry Mim 

Diiririi.' Ihe , lin.' 

'..■ Btard of rrmii,' 
!■■!■ Mit<t btidgci t- 
ll.ir(H'i ( iiili-j;.- wtikh imluik-U 
the iiiilum hi,(vi vihiL'h viitl hrm^' 
in appro » i ihmc h S. 1 1 V ' » 'n > n i : 
llan current luilirm: ralfs H.,i,ii-. 
has a working cash fund oi 
S9.f«0.tK:m, 

Trustee Larry Mnjilct spotc 
againsi includini; ilu- iuiIhw hike 
in the l'*H*> hud(!ci. He poinied 
oul that Hai'pcr is very hcaltti'i 
(mawalVi and llvn- i* no need id 



r,, 



ill.: II'. i''u,'ri,\is.:"(1 



■ ' '..'iJ that 

-I III HisjailinE the sysiciTi 

•■.'ivd (lie iinioiim ;i*:ir<'k-il 

'■1 It A. IS ihrmiixHi 

. fimiii-v iihiiw iti.ii 

ii'iinir'il 'Aciiid |., ■ "; 

.l'>illllt-;l illlil .1|1(M. 





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ir.liii.c 


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Mi. rn W-il ( 
'>>'slcm 

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implf nicriii,;,! ■" ,..,..,.,.,, 
maniif.Ktu(ii 
..ill..« the : ■' . • ., .■ 

I' I'w* pro};t.iiin wtiict! 
iiu:iwiipuu-n/cd auioinalcd 
lu.iiiul.K, luritij; 

Polls Hrandt »as granted 

III .iiiil isjs siiluln) 

.;■. Ill scrvitc on 

ii.u(vr -. t imipulef Services staff 

IVilly Brandt served as the data 

inpu|.()ulpui Manager 

I- \' i I he Hari'iei College 
Boiifd 111 Idistces meets i,>n the 
lliird Thiirsd.!\ ol every month at 
' '0 p m III tit..,- .\i,tiiiini':irjlivc 
hivurj r. Mini . .' ' - n 

Mill,' 'X ■||i.'., , , , ,;i 

to Ihe puMii 



fi'iriiliv's 



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frii-ikx^ 

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nex,ii[i II 
siiiik I 
in our 
Liinirj 

bcsdusL 111 dL k I. 1 IS tven 
III Hit I'n tnt^sr itipisv 

The Nurd has <iftend il 4'l 
m. ri i>t ti r ihi- pj^kjjte plan 
i»h (■ 1 I, I N , ,!irv and 

<1»CII 

aficr tht . ,.1 (oi much 

more in ' he,armf the 

popwed -t ; iixirtsc the fatuliy 

.Mwe dawn lonc. bu Kill 



■eoBiiBiliee m.,iil. 

,:,li1n:iifti'.lr,in'(.r^ 



(x:iieii,ts ,is 'iseii .in the \.ii,,i,n. 

The fa,tuliy .ilso feel 
aiHomatii prfmnitinn from 
associate prolessor id (uti 
professor is an imfionani issue 

Right n»>*. the pn,'K,'css is 
ui'tsilUsfai'Kicy icim'd'inij, in a ihe 
(aculty miemhei', 

A prospcii, , .... i.ne 
professor *ho has mmplcted 
their master's deK,rec and thirty 



I IIH(,MIU,|ll,l 

..t not be blinded 

lie* corieertimfi 
■!."i ii'tiri, Miciii 



prmiik-ii (■>) Liw ■ 
in ,wy contract .i 
an itn;'- -. ■ 

twisu.,., ... ...,, 

Ulk to b<,:ilh suk'. 
or she can to 



»plaim'.il. "The 



'Bolh the hiiuid's le,gal 
ciMsutliinl. Ftcd Lil'uin and Norb 
Swcnson. prci(,uk(tt of Ihe 



Wilft.r 



1 [i,'it I illiill w.i-, .ll-.D I'fesi ;, 
i.ii the I'Mi.ird •, lomnijltec 

On Ihc Lkully tommitlee i- 
Hill Miller. Ray Moehilin, Jay 
s,,...,.i.,„ ,,„ Linnw Powell, und 

■'■ '., ■:u Il '., ..IS also 

[ircsem on die facui ^ . 

Althoufh nctthf . - . - <t 
to comment a'hotn wlwi happened 
HI Ihe secO'iid Kgotiations 



IS to llDllI ,1 

prew Filed by , 

"■■ \ -1 - I 

■ilshop 

, ..,-.iii- and 

inke 

-. illemeni is 

line so. in w'> thjt a 

• Hill hesoine a 

|s..>sst)-')lii>. ' said Sleuan,. 

"We would like to sctiJc thin 
as soon as possible." Kris 
Howard chair -jiennin of ihe hoard 
d( ttuslees iiild a [>,iilv Herald 
RefHiriet 

The same word-- e^ho finni 
ifieotlict sale 



The Hiirbiiifier S»tiU'iiil»cr I. IttUi 



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Features 

Gura's fountains installed for ecology 



II) MklKtl! l'KUi.««M 
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tnconvi'mfiKiv 

yt>U of linpiOV.'l'Ti 



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tjiiiIHH i».-tc .>ilJ,K.ln.;. iIk; 1 he buhM.T-, 

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bii'ivi oCkcfpins It 

Bikwatts and pawn,, ... .,■■ .- 

lake tevd. 

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les needed 



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UNITED 

PARCEL 

SERVICE 






Part-time opportunities 

W UPS we cec.xini/e ine Imanciai pressures associated wif- ■^y- J' 

F.nciinqatuosnaniis vou( scna;Hbctwduiecant«' il:""C,,iit U^ b ti-r. , .m- ^ 



itlmgatut 
leei tMe college studenl's needs Check our , 

• Excsltent Pay - $8 per hour 

• Convenient Hours 

• Steady Employment 

• Benefits 

• Health Benefits 

• Pa*d Vacations 



InltT^iewinis at rmplo) me"! «>"*« 

M.W.F. 10 •m- to 1 p.M. 

T.Th. 5 p.m. «<> » P«- 

150 S. Lorn bard 

Addiwii It,. •«:•! 



Sriiits Available: Mori'day - Frtdav 
300 7 00AM 
5 00 -9 00 PM 
10 00PM 200AM 



united Par 
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il ]'• Ilie tiour* .ite \'VK\ 

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Dining room only. 



Th« HarWnfrr StjUfmlnr 1. 1W« 



Entertainment 

IS 'TEMPTATION' REALLY TEMPTING? 




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II vNwld Iw ciptaiKil ihiii in 
ihKi u-ginenl, ChiiM h.»<) 
(Hi-viou-ily marrtnl M»(?i;l.iik.iic. 
The iii'l nt in<fro.H.ir«- *.iv nol 
i,.iTimi(lfil i-'Lil til ■*i.'illtnl. 
1 1 ... ,1 -.().. mc .i>. ..m xlLiI 

,, ., iilm A'. .> m.miT 

,.i .,,, : -..frnf to •*:( «l Vii 

tho. ..'II! mm- 10 F<>H'« J I'lliit 

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I he I Ji-I IfinplJlion "f 

C'lir.-I 

if'nij'is Chrnl 
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tonlrovcrMjl s^cM i^ only a 
viimo fof Ihf hewfii »«r icinpimi! 
riinti 

Throughtn:! Uic movie 
Chrisl IS v> tlcvoifil ihal he 
ahMains (rom icmpiiiiion in iKc 
naine o( ihc Lwd, 

1 Mgji-'st thai you •^'i" n :"'<• 
dcTx* litf yourself. 1 a^^"rc you 
ih.il if you're lt»ikiri(: lur -.1 ikIci 
ttihell.'you wcnilriKl u .« jNo'. 
office 

Kalini;: • • • • 



SUMMER RECORD RECAP 



S.iallt y^TlllT 

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■(Digtol '■ ' 



•MOB' is "O.K." i P\»ff, 



h. 'Mitr r»rk 
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HesaU 



Brand Name 

Clothes tor 

Women 



'Pii 

Ph. 

OlKii'Tiies.. ihruSx 
.. !ii uwi'il 5 (1 111 
I.. ,(.,.. .uniil S p.m. 

10% OFF 

with this ad 





amu.si:ii.iciu Jollai' 



AUDITIONS 

The Harper College Theatre 
"The Servant of TWo Masters" 

A Comedy by Carlo Goldoni 

TWt., Sept. 13, 7 pm In Theatre, J143 
Wed., Sept. 14, 7 pm in Theatre, J143 

CalRMCks: THuri., Sept. 15, 7 pm, Ihtatre, J1«J 

Copies of the script on reserve in the library 
For informdtion, call Mary Jo Willis CA139) 
397-3000, extcrision 2448 or extension S285 

Production Dates Nov. 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 



\ft,«mm fiaifwy Haipm Coll«o» 



Upcoming 



BLOOD 
DRIVE 



Iff Su^;>n Hrrnr 

ill'' St-iurce IS holtluif 4t>ta::i<( 
.'III.' .11 fLirper CoHegc on 
'A -.,-nicm(x"r 1 4 (mm 

^ • 'C> p m ui A34; 

■\i, ■^.HhJi'iui JiinJ suff who arc 

.'i..'it>l.- lo ilcmitlf hIm'Kl art- 

' ■ '-u cjn 

■. i'> to 

man- itri jppxmmcni. mil walk- 

m ikmwi mt wekwuc, 

Since the chanres »re I tm S 
Ihal M'lnwitay vfni will ricttf a 
Mi/xnl iraTwiu'iM'm, filciic ttoiwic 
hlxnl' .1.11 type* at mx«li:«l. 



( 1.1 BS' AM) 

ORtJANIZATIONS- 

i#i% 1 

Hf Suan Ktmc 

I pranilng l^dllw 

Arc ymi inlcTe*i<"tl in fjt-iiint 
i:nvolvfi! wirh :j H,jip,T ,, luh .«■ 
iWf!, > • - • then 

I'H.li ■.lil». 

Sri : 

Si, : 

Buiud.Hi /> i..f •! nt>'\ jlui 

f>i'i;jfii/.jtniri^ [>uy 

There >ilhi v*ili fmit 
i\:f>rcjfnialn'cs Oimi a) I i'>)' 
tljipcr* duhs and ornani/aiicim 
in help yiHl get inv()%'lftt 

Even it you're mit sure whether 
m KM jiiiu wm to f>m ■ c'liilt <ii 
wgaflitaiion, jusi tiop hy.. 
Harpcf has ahout 25 .at iivc c luhs 
■ml a nuinlfcr of orgain/aiiaiK 
and theic iiii|h( lie one thai 
tMoeits you! 



The Harbinger Scplcmber I, lOSJ* 

CHICAGO ASSOCATION 
Or 1 J 1 K r^ C I iVi A R K c* 1 1 ^ 1 » 



page 4 



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Cltl'll. imill. ,1,-dl, ,II,„-il I!! Itic 

fftwing {icM 111 iJmxl marketing, 

Hif.l 1 ..11. '..I- .■!. ..r... .1-1 u .„, 

Croii 
afiti 

nui 

n:i«:;iit»,li. j 
on proJii. 
lectiw;ilii}|,i 

The 11 .will begin 

on Wnlrs, ntwr ;i an J 

'■""Sin 1. 1." . ' lysi ihrmigh 

Ol-L.-lriS I • .K.|« UJ. m 

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FINANCIAL 

AID 

INFO. 



Club yttins 



Chttll tlifrf 

Imfnrlinl 

iiiir«>riii»lltiii. 



w«tlily for 
■■ I u (I 'i It w » 



a^^. r.t.. li I f^.A i>|. 

Th* .Specih Team will he 

ha*inf an fVienuHuMi meclii'ii on 

Tui,"-.i,'l r, 's,'|.i,'., \:r T1 in the 

f ' •■ : I • ' I ■■■. • -JiMim .11 T p.m 



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AMBASSADORS 



Nt:ffMi\>i 

The Newman Awix'atmn no 

:.unpus. meet* each week, in D.^'M 

■n Wc<Jr»:«ti:r¥ iti ' p m„ New 

mrniHi'i ■ irnr fm miire 

mt'tvtri i' .1 's^'heitolc ol 

iiiei Office or 



mt ruti ,v KM'PA 

I'll. Th.:-, Kj;,,m .,.,.!i 1.,. h.v.,n 
it Breal. 
on, Thi:' 
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Hvilv.i „i 

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MVJ iiLi n^rf til r i V . Il Vf i ^ 



CLIB 



'The HaijxrCoieiB Sttiiwi 
Anihatuilors u an or|iiiiailicm 
i>f (iiidems who. thtotiph a 



I'TiiTiuiion 01 IK* siuaenis to 
ihe ["larperoMpui, 

The ixfani/'iittofi offen 
^mdtnn the ofipur! unity l» 
develop I e a d e r s h 1 j» , 
organraiional, and inieiperKiiiail 
commurocadonit skills itinMfh 
invotvcment in program i 
coMtlinaietl' by th* Admmoiiii 
OlTict ami the Ceniei fiw Ne» 
StudcMi. 

Pariittpatuin in the 
pngtaiB also wilt help studcnlt 
m the (uturc. piovtdmg an added 
dimeti'tiM lo th«tf joh rewmet 
« a|ip[icji(ion.t u other colleges 
and iin I verm lies. An added 
personal hcocfu is the new 
Inendihipi th« ihc studrntt 
make through iheir volunteei' 
wnrfc Md aitcMlince ai SiwiMi 



Th,- So 
he nicv 
W,;.ln.,', 
b Ash!.. 

( 11. IH'II I't 

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tion (liih will 
a tnofiih on 

p m. in F'3-il 

■.I'Cii m Syience 

irn of ,FaniU.»y 

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Mull 31 



WHAT IS PTK'^ 



sit in NT 



Stmlvm Amhaisailm^ - i . -■ 
i'l." ' InlaiTMlion meeting 

, '''epitM(ji!'r M, For 
UHll')i.'r inittritiation attoul Ae 
meeniif contact Bev tloffmim ai 
»7-3CI». I:ii„ :;i7 

RHVTIIM & M<l\l S 



Ity *»u'%iin, M*rn*' 
rpcl'imtllK filil'iir 

Phi 'Ihi-- .1 II a 

'■fiimful hiini" I. few 

'iiiiiunily ail.- 
Lrj'cr'is n'lcin^ 
nil Mil (;iia|Jlcf 

To tek'tmc .1 nicntlier O'f ll»c 

P'hi PiK Htapr ■: ■■■: ' ■- ;-■;■ ■ 

ha.«'e a latk i- 

I.I .1,1 1 ^ in.l I 



\irhmtch K'-rrnntni; 
HieniWr ' ' ' 
not iiei , 



eittgttnliiy. anil 
leailcrshir ■- ' 

Aititi 
Tlie 



iiiplctitm 

.iwarJcJ 

. I ai Ica-il 

iic»i' a« average 

■ill on the I'lasiS 

4Uiz,/es. 

For informaiiim and 
rcKTvaiioni. cor>uci CADM. «W ThcfE are many scholarships 
S,Federal.."Juite4<Wi.rhicaB0. II. '>"c«d '" ""'V" College 
<4"fii'i Kliidcnis. for more informalion 

stop inio the Financial Aid 
Office. Room 364. 



I'lj it'j <i 



COMINC; SOON 

Fall I98« 

Studenl Devi'lopmeitt 

OfrtTinc)* 

Si-pntmbitf 

I CarcCT Interest TestinR fart 1 
•»- 1 1 am. AW 

« CiEI> Registration 

7:lH|mi. A Dtnmg Hall 



Ml. PrntpfCI Junior 

Wnman'i Club Scholarship 

The Ml Proupctl Junior 

riiib l^ oflennp two 

' i"s for the 



AmiMsiUKte nceimg.s. 

Some of the activities that 
Slilden! AmhasNBilors |ianttipatc 



Miidcru itiscu'isu)!! panels, 
»er*tmf a* new studcni 
orieintntion leaders: repfe>«mm|! 
Harper a! ciiIIck'" nijlhis anil 
liming in(i.:>nnaln»n visits li'i 
high tc'hools. 

Siudenu 'whii wouM like to 
participate in the Siudeni 
AiiitniiMiJor Program shculd tx* 
availnhk- to t olunicci at^jul one 
hour per Wicek to lelccled 
actwjties 

To learn more about ll»e 
St;u«lcnl AmWtisador Piopam or 
IS obuii'n an applicaiiim. contac i 
Btw Hioilman in llie Admissions 
O'Uireath Office, Building C, 
Rwm lot, phone J'W-MK)0, 
CMemton 2247, There 'will bt 
m informiation meeting on 
Tiicinliiy. Sctnemlw 30. 



Care»!t ' 
9-11 ai:i 



iiij: [',iri .■* 



IS The, ,Ju,gg,l'ing AcUind 
the Strcs,«'Si of R,«-nt,ry 
'M I am, ,A„J47 

l" of I Chicago 
Infomialicm Seminar 
l-'-l pni. 1H7 



17 



CLEP E«a,m 

8:, 10 am. E Lobby 

CLEP E,>a,m 
»:.»Cla,m, ,AI4,H 



Woman' 
(1) »(' 

The cruel la for the 

st::liO'larships an; as follows: 

Women, age 25 or older. 
cnrolfctl at Icasi hall -time in a 
degree or certificate program 
The siudcnt must dcmonsiraic 
I'lnarieial need. Scholarship may 
he iiscil for tuition. Ices, or 
fv'Hiks 

Application (or those 
scholarships may be obtained at 
the Financial Aid Office. 
Building A. Room 5M 

Dcjldliuc for ,a:holarships is 
CXwbcr 14. \9m. 



Scholarships can also he 
louiKl in ihc Busincia Division 
O'flicc. tCK'tm J249. 



WE WANT 
YOU 



iniurit),. 



:„.llgels 



instance, ii appcai 
lrai)si[ri|)i. opens ■, 



'tuftcr ol I 
lorwardioiii 



o^r the 

tHYrm i Mom 
vmce CO. 

PRX. sen ini 
lo:oo A.M. 

BUILt>iN6/a mm 2V9 

ENUST NOW 




Editorial 

Q : Is There Anybody 

out There? 
A: Nope. 



An itprn Idler (t> i' 
the lift and the Sfmtii>r\^ 

Bj PtiJer Swtcnej 

II you: h;ivc been a regular n-ailt 
past sumestcTs, you're prolxiWy fjnuli.ir «i;lj uti.ii h,i% 
generally hern lemicd the "a.p,i!h>' proWcm '" When I wnrtc 
tor the 'Harbinger in 'KI. "Hh, "S'T. atiil Sfiring 'm ihcrt 
was an apathy probkni, I've read ilimuph ismh-v nt" ihc 
Hirbinger dating hack to 75 and there ha.> , ■ ■ 'n .m 

apathy problem. Judging from what I've : :. thiN 

dreaded apathy problem it\ >i wonder thai Harper didn't 
shut lU dews yeans ago, 

Bui the truth is that there n no apathy problem. 
There simply is no apaihy. The entire, long-ninning iswe 
stems froffl' a s,imple misci"' ■ ' ■ 

magnified out of proponioo h'" 

those pet'l"' ■ ■■•' • '''ild it. and wnn ,iri,- rn,'-" .crxi.'.l'v, li 
have actc', , r s metlu, 

"' ,1,1 ri.'a,iiK hv nou t,h.il the ajuthy prvihli' 

one 1 ■. ing ilhision .itul not a lame >iudeni ' 

The .iii'.»»!,'. ii<.-\ not in cvhcwiing student's ti< -""■ - ■ ■ '.i me 
titkcl office, bill m rfilt-dnine ,ihc proWc" ■;; the 

problem fi" ■'-■- '■■■■■ • iiitw as a n mxlead of !■•■•* »*■; tif MS; 

1 V i » 1 U n U, i * 

If half the people .'i^ *h:ii went 

tm, then, they could tte al .me cares,, 

and tn the history of Harj" That'* MS 
apat^v 'h "'. •»'- 1. 'tv It ,t,v 

,!,■ drive. thru restaurant of higher 

Of acxusc : ' 

quarter ntu,; -• ■ ;,,.:,.. ;■ 

get what iticv p.iu,,! for. and go I ho ■ 

nor the inclination to pretend thai ,1 1 :,_, 

'i:i.,;itutiwn of U of I. It's not. They're third tow-^ 
removed 

■Vt'hen we hear the word apathy u>cd lo csfilain 
Bnattcndcd event,*, studems arc being made the sc,ictcj.:o.(i 
for a bumbling I'logratti Rnard ur <"uitiir.il \n\ 
Ctommittec. Some events draw' big numlxT^ .md make big 
money. Others arc largeted to a select few' and su^tal^ 
acceptable losses. Some are so incrctfihlv in.me ih.ii they 
bring the ternjs 'my ,;,! uf 

,fiind,s" lo rnmd, !i w.i'.rii -.un,jtni .,■ , niMied a 

coriitract with Jimmy "[>y-iHnniiiiie'' ''.''■■ 

More often ihi''"-"'' ■<,,- <■'■-■■ ■' -.i., u^j-j 

with regard to liar;' ',cer. 

WHCM and the Suiu,.,,.: :.li..,uc 1; .- ■" ■ ■ 

rettiemlx-r that HaryHT is not one of the t"' 

more Itke a scaled down version a prai, u^l 

Harper, the sports teams don'i esi"! for the fans, ■■ 
for the playcn. This newspajwr and the radio siau.>ii .i.,-.i i 
exist to ierve readers and listeners, they exist to sen-e (heir 
staffs, ."J'tivin,!; that the Student Setiate is important doesn't 
make ii tiue. It's not If any of the teams or this pafwr or 
the rmIio station or the senate w'ere to disappear tornorross , 
,i,I would tnake not one iota of difference lo any Harper 
siudcm except the players, the writers, the DJs' and the 
seitaiors. 

,And this isn't a bad thing. It's great that Harper 
provide* the teams, the newspaper, the radio station and 
the senaie for those of us who wr>h d. t.ikc advantage of 
them ,s the term that , -ruers. I),K and 

sena,i.", •i„ii with when the;, _ mis hasK' prfce[-it 

of their poMtion and develop a hunger for recognition, 

F'rotn this point of view, the student bt>dv r-, not 
apathetic- ■■•it's jusi nghi. Players,, wniers. DJs ari," 
must remember that they are here for thcmsri^T^ 
hrightesi moments are the >■■■ ■.itild 

struggle for the s.ike of if, r.-ml 

"■ ■, ■.,hotild mairnain their 
■,'f be made against [■<>■, 

''i>nse from tait%, tcadei%. lt>lenei'» ui 

It resognitio!' ' ■ ■ ■ .irul 

potatoes 1 would ha\. , . , ■, .-thcr 

reasons fiv writing ihciii jiu„I itic flatbmgei satisfies lho,%e 
rcasfins perfectly. Recognition is more like i special, 
scldonv served dessert. 



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SUM*"*!' nm-comtmrcfi 
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proper idBnliticJDon 
Nm-Sl'umni cUsshWs W 

$.55 0Mh sMimmi km- 

Employment 

COLLEGE REP WANT60 

to distributo "Sludeni Rate* 
subscitption cards on 
campus. Good income, flfl 
selling inwolwed^ For 
uitormatlon and application 
write to CAMPUS SERVICE. 
t024 W. Solar Dftve. 
Ptovnix, AZ 85021 

TELEMARKETINQ 

Attn studenls! Tetephone 

interviewers wanted. 
Conduct short sun/eys over 
itie phone Absolutaly no 

sales, no e)<.p. needed.. Flex.. 
hrs,. «ve. 4 wknds. Starttng 
$5hrly. Call Co.rey M-F @ 
699 1990 biwn 10 am 

.- 5 p.m. 

HOUOAY INN ITASCA 

Fcoflt Desk Repfes.entatiwes 

needed.. Flexibla Hrs.. 7 

a.m. 3 p.m. or 3 n 

pm.. MS. Apply '" 

person at 860 Irving Pk 

Rd. Itasca , or call Lorie # 

733'Z340 

ADVEHTiaWi MANAGER 

The Hartiogef is in need o* 

an Advertising M.anagef. 

Ttiis position pays 

commission on any ads you 

»tl. Ttie Job requires daily 

tirs. and organaational 

skttls. Yoy would do 

phone ^tn and person to 

p«fS0.n sales. We wtH 

train. Please apply 'n 

person at Ttie Harbinger 

Ottice between 9 a.m. and 4 

p m Of leawe us a massage 

at the Student ActiwiHes 

OWce 

H«lp Warttsd 

OEU HELP NEEDED 
Drivers, and kitcfteo lielp. 
Fientble tin. - 9-3: M^.A 
tt interested 'PlMsa contact 
Lee «.. Paul's 0* <8* **'' 
8181, 2358 Hassett Rd. 
Hottman Est. 
WA1TRE.SSE.S.. COOKS* 
tountaln people needed 
Days » "tQW positions 
available. Salary open^ 
Only mature persons need 
in.pty Swensen's Ice 
Cream » Restaurant/ 1602 
E Algonquin ?<* 

SChWWbW'fl ■■ 39; 44)4. 

ADVERT ''3! NO help ••"ted... 
dart Floitoie tirs. (01 Mt, 
Piospeci Advertising 
Agency. Teiemarhei.ng * 
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Help 
Wanted 

valuable advertising. e»pef- 
Call 59 3 '^S 4 54 or send' 
resume to Paul Goda & 
Associates 2030 S 

Carboy Rd.-' Mt. Prospeci. 
IL 60056 

PERMANENT PARTTIMC 
positions available. 

evenings./ni9Ms. $6/lirly. 

Shipping/Receiving Elk 

Grove Village location. Call 
Todd @593 1818 after 
3 p m. 

TELEMARKETING 
Fun calls- Experience or 
Witt train. Hrly. rales plus 
commission, plus bonuses 
($8-12 avg.J, Call Susan 
@ 5.20-1025. 

GRAPHICS PERSON 
ne^eded at The Harbrnger. 

Great tun. great people, 
great experience. Contact 
Doug @ 397-3000 ext. 
2461 



Help 
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Scptem hyr I. HUH Page 7 

For Sale 



GENERAL OFFICE 

PartHimar'Ftillima 

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DisU'i bill ion M.i":.ie<--r 

Cam.pus Newspaper 
delivery. Hrs. are 
Thursday 8 a.m. until you 
tinish. Salary $15 wWy. 
Apply at the Harbinger 
Otiice and ask tor Doug Ray 
or Robin Davis, 

For .S.«l« 

BEALESIftlfc 

G0VE,RfACt'4T HOM.es tjom 
$1 (U repair). Delinquent 
tax properly 

Repossessions. Call 805 ■■ 
687-6000 Ext, GH-1053 
tor current tepo list. 

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GOVERNMENT SEIZED 
Vehicles from $100, 
Fords. Mercedes. 
Corvettes. Chevys 
Surplus Buyers Guide (1) 
805-687-6000 Ext, S- 
1053, 

OLDSMOBILE; VISTA 
1972 Cruiser Wagon. 
Inexpensive school 
transportation. Asking 
$350 Please call 255 
3210 after 4:30 p.m. 

RENTALS 

ROOM FOR RENT IN 

;)ftvate tiome in HoWman 
Estates Non-smoker; non- 

dfinket If interested call 

885-2698 

P t T S IJ '6 il - 
NEEDED PTK MEMBERS 
10 conduct a "Harper Arf 
lour on Saturday. October 
2:'. For more inlormation 
coniacl either Trudy 
Herbst, President @ 438- 
8389 or Susan Berne. 
Vice-President @ 259 
0403. 

Karen SchuU 

Who knows whf'ie a wasp 
keeps his slmger'' In his 
tale. Drop by Ihe Harbmger 
sometime and we'll chat, 

Thesbians 

Tonv. Scotland Terry. The 
Speech Team wilt t»e a 
contest winner without 

'Grampa'.See ya. 



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.Sal, 


Mttramc Valley HOME 

(fall Icsiivall 




:!4 


Mor 


.^lJEUSl■na JV Rock Island 




29 


Sal, 


Triton River Crovc 


Nov. 




5 


Sal, RKUON IV THA 




12 


Sat, 


Plavoffs 
REGION IV TBA 

final 



77k' Hanks of yesteryear grinding up more yardage 
on hapless opponents. Will they get down and dirty 
this year? 



CROSS COUNTRY 

willing to go the distance 



9 



'BSI 



lit C'liii* fiilslojmiiliis 
Sliitr Wrilrr 

(■■"i, 
HA^n '■ 
','■ * ' M„, » st.jt ui itiv .„'.lll> ,^« I \ 

' hi,i ttiiril year at itic hcltri 
! ■ Mrp<'r"s Cress Country team 
I >:•! very opiimttlie ah'iut tliis 
■■..■. II X team t feel iliey arc live 
tx-*i of my itiree (years* here ai 
Harper" commented coacli 
Tlietergf 

Ailhouj!,)! stilt gtciwing. 
Harper's prcstnt Cross Counlry 
Urara, con,s,i,sl.s of sewn meniK-rs. 
Returning are Bnan K*itel»off 



i'" ' ' .llOBg, 

Inwis. 
' 1 utrice 

iw o( 
>'■ ' '.tiigie 

I'l'- *,.iwny 

Ol VI..,U,Hl.i.l.l(. 

The s«;;«tin offKially sum on 
f-nday, "hi'ih :' *iih ih,; t'laklrtn 
Ofien '■■ *'c»i Hi(th 

SctHWl II' • . 

On \^elllles<,ta■y, ,Augu*l 24 
the patk carried ihcmselvcs lo die 
first of their nm pic, season 
mecLs, "rhis meet was also held at 
N W H S The mcei was 



,„,,j, 
aril,: 
run 
ai'.i 



W'js t,iu r'in»rl«e bulielll Kljfl 

held m Mt, ProspexT. The race 
w»s 6.2 miles, Toffl Irons 
limidicd .M aid Brian Kwucholl 
rntnltcd S(h. 

Theberge » Irainmj; tin, u-jm 
for (he NaticiTial nici,'« m 
November, Ci'iach fhth'tgc has 
slronft lailh thai his team will 
i{iiati,fy for thai mccL 




"Byron cut off 
my head with an 
exacto-knife! I 

used to he an 
awesome ulltelete 
foul fie feels there 
are others who 
a r e tu o r e 

i!i-\fniii^ than I. 

\ our face 

Hill appear 

here as 'Hawk of 
the week' until 
that fateful blade 
replaces you to 
make room for yet 
another deserving 
Hawk." 




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4% 



0{m!BI^TX 



VOL. 23 NO. 02 WH1J»m «amtt Hirpff Ollrft 



ralalinf. Illinois 



The HarbinKCr Sfpternhtr 8, I9H8 



Faculty prepares for strike; 



Negotiations 
continue 



tl'i Viiki Milo«.ki 

n.,' !,i ,■■! ... I. ,■ 

.'I 

\ flM,nl I "\r' i :i I 

S> *i,II i;i|»l;ii»i how l«> 
,.. ,inii:lcomliii:l ii ".ncccmliil 

"Wi- hope .1 Miilcmi-nl i'. 
rciiihi'i) v'liici 

poisAililY," Mul rtul Sk'*JIl, 
Lk^iillj' wwie ■pnrsitlcnl, 

l-tom »h.tl I luvc obstrva), 
( wcHiUJ Hi>tv It Auijltt K- ii shiT 
write it' ■« ".a'l *•" h*l !■■' -.triki,", 
.aktal Slcwsn. 

Since Autmvi 1 1. t'iHS ih,' 
M'tinir 1.14 L. 
■4 illain RiiriK;. • ■ 
have h«"ii »inliiim *iitHn<i J 
i.,i>mi*i 

Thi: fullluiw l.i' 
*»s mvCsKiry iv pr i 
Bijurd uf Tmsicc* itR-nmc j 
til' an. efl'on w imftwn tlii: In u' 
ihriT .".'-^ --V- ,'■!-! '-- -*■ ■ 



H..,i-,.M 

.lllfll.tl! 



CUIUfilClN J ^JUIl 1 

uiMiriintc K-iu'iii >i 

jiiiiHiMiu ['r\>m>'ii 

.!■..». >, i,iti: ['(>,iti-'.-i, 

■f. Ix'm:r .••lit 

.iriil ln"lkr i,n. 



. Jill w (-(I Ihi- (•,! ■..'■. IrT 
pnH'KKjl 
■ nc tatully aiM,> Icti 
iiumc iifomritmn from 



• ml I II IE It) .t 



.■■il 

IIV 

i.ly 

nillM III «'I till i I'll I .III .,l|'S'Mi..m.i**l„ 

A Itttiili) tiimrtiiticc iticrj 

..-•-.I., til.- applicalii-rv. tn.t 
. Lkultv ni: 
n..- 11 SUM 

tiled lull 

! ■ il.l.l I-. 

tfcuxoiu'k'-: .ii'iil 

[Trdrntiiil- 

[| (1 Ilk' t*. ..H.i i.vl 
fi>[>im'iibilily 111 -ipi 
■■- • ■ -' tup'*, "Tllf l.kii..v in.. 

nary (jiHtr* i'vt>lvt 




Negotiations committee members 



'tin: Bainl of 1Viji«ik,"i euiranillix Tlie Facaliy \ i (XTimitiMi 



llw taiuliy 
r'ftK>n<; and 



tii/r IV, 

aie hitticf ic 

Mot iiwrl' 



.■II Ifom 
I I.I full 

1.: Lint me HI 
' I'll 1.1(1 P)'. 

> ,.-.,l>v 



'.tlicdlilc ill 
latully SO' 



Ill wii' 

ifc pi<-i.i>.,. 



.•ming 
iircmt'itl 
ml pav 



■he 

.iik; 
.'. ^Uil'iir 



in."iii.il.M \''\ 
(1 i.ithi'i ih.m 

,,, ii'Mr.f. I. ;• .,,1111 nif t'*,jrln'\ 

itulc a ifciiMiitii K .ill .m-fiuf 
llial Liin k" Uiitti il rn-|::<:ilialMinv 
(ail. 

"Wr an; ccifcimly hopeful •*• 
■ «iilrmew wiihtn ihc 
.h.-cIa," uid Chan 
jxiHin 111 I he Boml of Truslcct 
k.n«i Hi>*md. 

"The MiiiH" words echo ("mm 
tile mhcf vidtt. 



'.II oiii ..:i'ii'iir;.i. 
The h'l.i; 



['.i'Hiit iii-et>it.uloiis 



I'llCH. 
•■ 10 



Duv'id Williams, m» |miM!M of 
•aiilciiiic tirtiri: l^ny Bllow* 
diroclor of pcrtsonnel; Joan 
Kindle, (iresideiii of couaKling 
iervK«<i: CKXirge Vocgel. dean of 
educational semcer. Chuck 
Hirriiigtaii. dean of iiMniction: 
Mid V« Maoilte, vice 'pretideiit 



tad UnoN WW ■■■> pment 
lot die bcMid 'GOUMMiiBe. 



On (lie laculiy ciminuuce is 
Bill Miller, KMaciaie prolciuot of 
hi<>(t)ry. Ray Mochrlin. imrfaaor 
of maihcmaUcs, My Sinftclnttn, 
aisociKc professor of dalt 
processing; Joanne Powell, 
pofesKir (if «udcm dcveloinieiii; 
and Mile Lackey, ■ssisuml 
ptoftstot of ioarning a-ssiiuwce 



Ncinn Swcn.«on wm alio 
pftseiu on the facuhy comimtiee. 



rile 



Phi Theta Kappa 
hosts reception 



T'he free services ot 

Health Services.. 

Discreet testing by 

qualified physicians.. 



Page 2 



I.. 1 1 

.;..:J 



.li-nt<. on. (he am 



t •»• jlMal 

■■ried 

. .itii'i 

..:i'.i:nwn't 
■lUC* w»i 

(ing il: 
S'lewmt 
lesilcl 
10 the 
■('. "I'lit. 



"Sinking Odds'" Wli 

Harper "s faculty 

strike'' When will 

the negotiations 

•nd*' 



PaO'C 3 



II, ^,.r^iifi Mwrwt 
tjK" ■ '" • ■ 

fill 

n;\ ' , " 1"!' 

lljirV", •'•■"'"'I 

l'tlowt«oo. wmI itic I1ijip(c.f''i. 
iniwly npi'iou'iifd Fiiituhy .Adv.i..«». 
Ot'lliwry Keni. 

The chajKcr also 'iiriied all 
(.iiciihy a(lyiM»r» and ci:gfc 
rc|tfc<iC(i.laf.ivM., (he Pill 'i*!!! 



Check 'Club News" 
Ictr what clubs are 
p»etmg, when and 

where 



Page 4 



i-iji"]!'. 

Ik: ! 
Tru"'.i'. 
t a Dill 
prci'i 
Belli. .. 
'Btilk ^ 



ThontpM'i'O IS an htmoTarv 



John Bey ley, 

proffessional 

Reggae performer 

comes to Harper. 



Page 5 



Sign up for 
Intramurals in BIdg. 

M. See the complete 

Intramurals 
schedule in sports. 



Page 8 



The HarbinRcr September 8, 198K 



Page 2 



Features 

HARHER COLLEGE INTERNATIONAL STl DIES. 

.... the education vacation 



K'l Rwhin ■>•*!■ 

Sick «>f kImioI ill Mal.iM'* 
NdsiJ t ttaii;|c o(f «:««»?"' II "»ly 
yoti awt<l ii|i (Ml of llic counin' 
lot • few mMilks,. xiiilt up ■ 
differeni MimtplicM.. and lee 
xniic stgdu. AMI), it only yiM 
you. •■!:« ttth, f»mjius,.-.lif • 
Hmvet MiKtent W»<i ■ miiml»»' 
Yen «tt ■ t'brpcf swfc-m' 

l( Palatine isn'l e»cmn| 
CMMigh (n ycM pe.rhi|i« Uinikin 
M. Hiii|icf Colkgc afkn • siwly 
:|ifiaf mm m LiMnkm w)*;i« ywi 
CM liw m Ijomim. m: ilic st^ 
(Mt wet) it« suimiKlliig EtnifKiin 
cou.ntr>cj>, til the whtle 
cdMiMnnti yoM eImics. 

Cm yoii tlwih at n beiicr 
|ilKe to iwdy m ttian Eurofie"' 
Yo«i wM'i he uiking Ikld irips w 
I:(ic' Chitigo Art iMIiMie <■* 
•onitoW as il may l>e) ymi cJin 
ikip m liver to The Umvte! 
Whii * (>(«« to fill yow I It 
miuiimacM; laltc SMtcsfeirr aittl 
f«) 10 Siraildnl! TlM (Mufitnlitia 
go (» iind 4M. 

A> (ai m twinf tick is 
concerned, ikai li not a 
picmjiiiM'lc fof tlte (irofraiB, The 
COM of the prof rami: m^htth 



inctMles trawcl. nwm ami hwr*!, 
and an avcnft ipenelmg tal|el. 
H twmme4 M. aroiimt 'SS.MII, 
"t ■ ... . Kit liwcf ih.a( ol » 

J.. -.ler hi;ic i< Harper 

twi <i t jiKiui cqimi. to the c(M o( 
«lM!ndin| ■ icnesier ai a private 
insuiuiion mit-fc ai toyola rif *i 
kert m li&MHs. 

foM m with anmdinf whxil 
at a putilK or private miitilMion 
when y>» are fitwiiicially in need.. 
itiCK are financiiil aid pfD|nns 
thai do iipply 

Another mn-slion thai ariie'i 
n that of irjasferrmg artd th.e 
possibilitR-s ()( participation in 
[hi-, (our-yejir itiitiiuticn v 
i-».th';ini!C pi..ig.r»i»« Thu i\ .1 
»j.lnl i,om.'frn lor more than ijne 
rf3>>«i.. 

Many »tiidcni» are com-emcd 
that iheir credit! won't trtnsler 
(roni a loreign msiiiuUim 10 (hat 
of ihe school ihiH iliey arc 
ii-;.iri-.fcmn| » or grad.uat.ing tmm 
..1, m Harper earner progranMi, 
Not k>*<>fiy.. 

Tlie program i» relatively 
new It was created lot juntor 
colkgc siudentv 1.11 tHinon'. lo 
give them Ihc <>pp«.wiuniiv Uir 
Mit&t ahr«»id where, in the .past, 
ttey wouki n« he ahle ii> *.> «. 



Th«c!a««:i that a.r.- ,ifli-n->l 
arc tte sainic as here at lUrjvi 
They ire latight by mMrutlcx'. 
chosen turn the participating 
j.imn.«r t-oII.cg.c» m clasK* with 
»lu*.nt<. (fom lltiinji* wIm are « 
thC' program . The creilits u-aiwCer 
as if >oii 'were here in ilu- goi'nl 
'd llatljnds. 

Junior college ilmknis m 
past year* haw. heen denied the 
opIKWliinity » l"«'e and *.ludy 
lihnMl. 

One 1-caio.n it that many 
junior tollege iiudent* ire 
involved in 2 -year pragran« 
»htch don't ret|ui>e tranifcr to 
fimpletc t.he.ir iil.ucatHyn. Pnnr to 
i year i|0 in I'ltinoit. a ttudy 
ihio#d profram cm the juntor 
college level simpty did not 
eiut.. 

A tecond reanon that junior 
college .students miiwd om was. 
that many 4. .year co.lleges retjuiK 
the stotfcnt to have heen going to 
*h<K>l on (li.at campo* I'or al lca.vt 
a year. This rules out going I'or 
j!.o.ur junior year. The only year 
'left M) 4> «•« then 1* your vnm 
year. Ow to the tat't that t > ■■ 
involved m graduate cl»«v 
fmishing up. *".- ■:■-. "' 1 '" 

ikm'i want tot,. 



Due 10 the fact that the 

(•nu'rarii i\ »hfrc il h, il l^ mi>rc 
..r k--.\ fti'urcj touiinl^ ;i l.iKT.»t 
,.\if> edULjtiou *iili the 
eiception o) t.>mc business 
tl«!i«s that were only recently 
added This should not be a 
deteiTCTi though, as »e all need 
to fulfill a numhcr ol' Hiimamties 
re<]uiremenis in 9-aduate. 

Let's put aside ail the 
technical academic and financial 
fargon lor ju.sl a moment to 
consider this, Th.i.s, (pardi'm the 
cliche'* IS an esjiencnce of a 
lifetime. It fi an .Dpp<:>n:iintty to 
eiperience another culture in a 
way Ihal can't be done through 
reading alKiul 11, watching 11 on 
"I'V . or even hy going on a short 
v;it:.ation The fart that you need 
not. Ie.am another bngua.ge allows 
you to hetutr intiYac't and know 
this culture 

Also think atK>ui t!ii<. •>nr It 
vriu arc yiuini,! anj ilon 1 
pii'\niu^l> have il catect (which 
yi>u are no* working li»wards'l . 
this may ve^ry s»cll be the last 
L-hance y«» have 10 travel thu 
iiMcih vmhiiiii wonying 
.1 t..iii!<K, viMir |.. '(■' Ihi- ling 
.11 Ihe kennels alt ihow lies 
!ll..ll htiKl 



f'erhaps you are not young 
arul arc returning to schtxil. This 
i.in b..' the opixvrtuniiy to travel 
that you mused years ago. A 
gtKKl jxirnon of the students who 
are involved m die program have 
gone ifor that very same reason. 

Ciot the Itch? If you want ti» 
siTaich 11 you can find out how. 
Harper College will host two 
mlormauon assions for siuderits 
wh<i are interested m finding (Nil 
more about the program or 
enrolling in the spring 19««» 
Intcmaiiiinal Studies Program. 
The sessums will be held at noon 
and TlXlpm in Wednesday, 
September 21 in the Board 
Room. Building A. at Ihe 
College 

To be eligible lor the 
International Studies Program, 1 
student must have completed IS 
credit hours by the end of the fall 
l<»Ktt semester, with a minimum 
cumulative grade point avcrajte of 
; S The recommended dcailline 
for applications for the spnng 
semester in Uindon istXmhcr 1 
The (Jnly thing left w say i-^ 
when opportunity calls, .don 1 
leave it on your answering 
michinc!! 



Harper's Health 
Services 

beyond band-aids & aspirtH 



^ 



•1 M.it.htla 'HMMnptht 

f'M.lvm 'BtflMMr 

Campaign Sil is <in and one 
of Ike most recent debate topics 

between the candidates i* the 
condition ol the environmcM and 

its impact on human health. 
l-lere tn a little midwest city, 

the ioih: ilitmpi in suhuAia, the 
bkuxj lest syringes on the ocean 

beaches or the od spills in the 

Persian GuK don t have the 

advantage ol here and now" 

impact on pccHJle . m {larticulili' 
Himpcr studi-nts 

Cm mici«:oMiK ■ here ami 
m.>w" guardians ot puMi.. ii.t-;i'ltii 
reside in building .A rwn. ". ' 

H.ar|!icr's Health S.': . . 
Bial'lW be hilly iiualifiod rcg.i«-rcii 
nurses on Mon.-T'hurs, HiMlam.- 
'■■■ «'»|>m- *'n. «;«)ant-l:'W». .Sal. 
'' l.'Cil) and hy pari -time 
,,;.;. Mcun* oil *«<isk.days I'or .one 
and a half haMR. 

The m.a|or empha«.e>. ciC 
Mar(M:r".« Health "^ 
acctyrding 10 college nu 
Sam. . I'C i*fiinc^ V 

imiT .■ and Irce and 

conlitk'iuui M:.i^ice.s." 

Ifc«ide.« giving iieaimer.; 
mild iUne«.-^ n.-..>lih Srf. 
cmdnvor... 
diffiailiie^ ' . ; 
licin »eminaJ4, brt>v.huft». >.i>uii 
Kling groups on sm.<ii.ing, sciu 
ahty or weight lims and testing 
MTvices for niononeiKleMis. 
pneinancy, vision hearing. V.O',. 
'IiImI piesaire and oUiera. 

Mfrtih Service* wfujlJ like 
to help you, they want 10 knuM 
if you; need simieone to ulk to 
and listen 10 you. vrnuld hkc 



ailctgy MjeciicKii. have pmhlcni* 
with ■ liisatiility, want to talk 

aho* I hangover or aboul dritgi, 
iKed accklent insurance or want 
trcntineM for an emeifcncy 

Santeler urges the Harper 

community ics "waich the Health 
Comer Column in die Hartiinger" 
and to attend the upcoming 

seminar on collegiate sesuality 
and hkurf drive on September 
foittoenih. 

For an appoinlmeni or a 
visit call '^'i'T.'tt.KNi e«i .''UCi. 
I36.g ot Icir cmcrjientics. <:(! 
SSI..N, 

As personal health awarciness 
'. f-',ise* with visits and 

iinjiMiri 10 Health Services. 
(XT haps further .. ■■" "" .>■ ill 
siptead' to cnntmui- m 

Ihe health field. 

Rainbow Hospice. Inc. is 
Imjkinf for volunteers «.h.o. 
according to their ne»s (cle.a.sc, 
arc "coitterncd »uh ibe cimiliwi 
ind supfsoft ol lerrninallv ill 
palicnii and their families,' 
Volunteer classes will he held at 
Kesurrecnon Hospital fnsro. '*Wtt- 
'■\v.,.in rni (ki l,«l.l.M«»..'S and 

Mjtyaict Mu.rtha-Kie/ka, 
.toluniecr coordinator, explains 
ihai volunteers 'woii.ld he ■t.ked 
10 d>.i any of the follow' ing: he.ing 
.1 friend and compan.ion to ihe 
patient and famdy: relieving the 
primary care ..-giver lor a short 
pcnod ot lime, running errands 
lor] pcidirming ntlice clerical 

tkik\ iimJ llin.t ' .n>"H- 1. IivltKS." 

..\n> ii.-resieit 

..tuiulJ t.i. ..Nil for 

inlcimMtion ur an. |.nierv.iew. 



Other terviee* in the 
coimniiiiiity include Parktide 
Senior Scmices. Parksidc » Older 
Adult SavKCi will be holding a 

ai-woek seminar series on "Yoti 
and Your Aging Parent' 

The group will discuss: 
"Normal Agmg Process' on 
Sept. 2^. i.K-pression in the 
Elderly" ..nfki 4. "tyementias 
Iniiluding Al/hcimers Disease" on 
Cici 11. "Psychtilogical Impact 
ol .*ging on Individuals and 
Family Members" on t'lci IK. 
"Family Aisecs" on ("k'l -"* and 
"■"Wtere to Go For 11. ' ■' '• ■. 
I. 

■'' "i'ungs v>n. i.. .......J 

: «'ipm at Older .Aduli 

•j,.; . 's Church St. t'Vs 

Plaincs For lyrihcr information 
cnn'tacl Pani 'Ri.imeni/.as al 4J'*- 
S»J'14. 

In .addition. th<- Cenwr tor 
Applied Gerontology will be 
sponsoring an education 
symposium on ' Intnrgeneraiional 
Irvijuity: A thiemma I'or 'Young 
and iiu. ' 

The meeting will he on 
Thursday. Sept 22 from g XJam- 
t2'('M">ni»n at the Liebcrman 
Geriatric Health Centre. *>'TnO 
Gross Point Road. Sk.ikie For 
additional inforniatum cjli Gail 
'Boultind ai m.-i2Xi. 

IlKKfoit whether nationwide 
or toc:ii!. health services are 
availat^lc i.< vou 'There are 
opponuiiilK-s right in ib<s 
conitnuniiy for you ;■' i '!'• 
obiain information, or re, .■iv 
complimentary servicei alt with 
the goal o( public health. 



Thank you for smoking in 
designated areas only. 

■ -.i,:'>.:>ect fi;tr ihr health of m,i,> f'ell"» snjdenn and 
vivioking and the use of smoking maiciicals 
, ! only m disignated areas <n each building. All 
■.:ig areas on campus which include, but are not 
i.i,i.,icJ to, thoie lined below wiU non..smoking areas. 

-Classrooms 

-Laboratories 

-Hallways and stairwells 

-Washrooms 

-Physical Education area 

-Building V 

-Division Offices 

-Open offices or work areas 

-Reception areas 

-Conference Rooms 




Editorial 



The Harbinger Septemher 8, HM 



Page 3 



Striking Odds: 

A drawn-out disagreement 

nt Oougtjt Rat 

Fai:iilt)' iBcwbco frinni TlwrnKm. a teal e€»iniiwni:iy t.,>ll.tgr 
retcntlv went fw itule f« I ft •ccki: ii idit whin Hiif|>ci"'s latuJtv 
•emhcrs must <:to lo wiUc tlieir cwHrAis'' 

Bo* I'.i. uli". iii„;mN-o md Bmrct of Tniilfe»C!i«ir-i>erK» Krtt 
HowanJ ^.. iertlinJy hopeful *c *ill re«:h j Mttlfment 

mthm ihi oks.' .hw vtm rew,« is everyone w:> huptful"' 

\-;.'; . . .in in May (>)Jiw»l (««• momJH •K"! The tim 
, y .. - ',Ic progrcts,. The letMicI n'M'ttmg feHillfd «n 

some give on h.?* sKkt,,, hula i*lilciiH-i»l n <lill fan of! ("ynentlv ■ 
Fttlcol Metiiaicii is Irving 1*1 »«urc an ii|rwmi:-ni ln>m t»>vh twni.^ 

M llw liKuliy ta'i ihe negotumoH iut fiuling , ihey cdn >.inte bv 
a wit of • mmple maniriiy lullKm/inft aich atiinn. Ttifii Uxr ttaii- i* 
set for ■ »a!ln:>t»t and (tnaily. itie Mu4cnis will he tK-fiicit the 
"atSMlemic eicellewre" Uwi put Harpa Ciillegc on iht- map, 

"WV an m conccrw-d itxwl your rfucaltmi' m ytw are Wc tkm'i 
ihn Ijghlly, This n a <«ntMB itipic." t;iy* Siuilem I lai'-.m 
. '.V illis. i.s«K alic profe\«)r of ^«t<. h ami iteiif r 
Ttie Kgciuatitms are hemg cwnplieali^ l>y ilw taeuliy'^ ttmccm 
(«■ Ihe ncftel, of ihe cum-ni fticiii of miinagemi-m i,cn«e<l "•.hartd 
giwemaiite". The uk* at shairad guveiremte t.i£i:(»iimji tit a numto o* 
fai;iil:|y memtiers) ii "Ihe fafuli* hnW-. high lesptrci IV« the prcsdem 
md the HtxifiJ (>( Tmsieei and in rcium the presiitot skI the taafil 
(kmod'Siaie (Cijieri for the fti'ully hy e»«Mijhtiif ctnnnwice* 10 
collei;! input from the lacutiy. «ifl attiJ *nitfcnii,' 

The of»sm»lion of ihc ficully'i ftusiraiJtvn with «ih»re(l 
gfwentanii- iiems i'mm the ptewikntiiil wiettmn prcKew Mkm mr 
10 ckirrfy and eniptiaiue ilw te (Kully is itiMt)p(nnieJ m the ri>«.e' "■ 
NOT the «l«iiiin 

Bati *hen James McGwili Itfl Harper Culleiie tur Triniiv 
Urge, Ita Board of Truflto Irpn Ihcir jcatrch dw a new j'»eMi,kTii 
Iht'v fiifimsl a cwnminee c<iii»Ktinj!! iif one iw two memlXT* dvim 
fjvh clement of the college (le fai-uliy. fltssificij ^iaff. 
atliii.iru.ilri*m, Stafcws. htard of iruvtees. iwonktii'i offit'C. itwfcnl 
iffiiri, jKiilemii- iffam. m)mmmmi-->: %enR:rv ind tfie nmimtiniiyl. 
The commimc lw*e *twn 10 «(>t>ri:iiimiiKly 1S% faculty. The 
fatully f«eb Ihui in lemw of pen-eniitge make-up o( the eollege. the 
(Kail) om-nuintert many of Uic mher elemenw anti thereicife ihey 
alM:Mlil haw tod a Ivgrr nqir.'wnlaDiin 

Since that tune the laeulty'i t»iralr hat: *tline«l' The prohlem 
iltll et-nti and *<m'i jusi cluappcjii if we ifiMe it 

Ne|oti4i»>n> would run mueh awwuhcr an<l fitter il ihe hwil nf 
trustees and the fjiulty would ren>inin»il ihcin«lvei tu thared 
gDvcmance. 

Neil Ki "We afc hoprl'til " the nwil populai (ptm: I rotcived 

wm "negtmalion* h»'lon| in the nweimg u»ni not in the piexs," I 
fully agree. J am not nejirly qualified to carry -oiM negouauons. ami 
that n m:)l my intention. The iKts Loneeminjt ihis i»Mtf .in: 
aumenio* and >;ompl,K,aled and t limply waiH » ccmvey them i<,'> th>; 
Kludctu, body 

ftrhaps iteu week difini the ihinl negotiation nieeling a 
Kttkineni will l« rc«he<l (I cemtnty hop' ■«• ii,»>' 1, hiii eidic-t *ay a 
iho* «»f Kowcem from tlte studenb will help 

A» ! mcntioiwl earlier, a !*o» tt* <iuidcm coneem u, »mp«:mjini. I 
urge aiiyoiM! vim is •iiieiejicd m more mformjition « who *m an 
t»ptnikin"concemtng the negoiiatwn* lo write a leiler to the t-dilor 
AND 10 our Studcm Trustee. Uum Jac:ot>son, She l^ rtxpiiiMMc Ikt 
mfonnmg the Board of Ttastee* ahotil sluik'm opinwm^ and ukas, 
whkh IS dilTicuit to do wiUxiul student input You can «iid, kllcis lo 
A.1* 111 am of Ijwra J'KoJimn, 

Fhil Ste*art, fatuity neniiie prcudeiti. would al«» lil,e to heii' 
from vou, He n kK»ied m A 1 53 He will h.r diMnbuimf 
!r»lofit»*ioiiaJ pimphlcu alwul 'ihe negotialiim.-i *hn:h will be 
.ivaihbteoiifcpi i; m ilie Student Aviivitie* Offke nxjtii A?%, 




with our 
mom 



Hy 



For 



HrituMaw 

the r:i*< ' yran. 



Things vfrc po 



f;:iirtv finally 



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\1o,i!il VShiiUfS Uiir !,*■> !,i. is 
:ti.ii 1 kiio* jh>nil thiv paniiuLir 
plate arc that wnie lolk>. tamp 
there, and others tlimh to iJic lop 
of II, 

A* Ihc I'aniiK h.ii1 hecn 

Nagging U'< for fue vf,a,ts in foin 

Ihem eamping. we decided this 

■*ouM he the hg year, Il look mr 

.).,-ui,lt ih.,ii I *a,^ 

lull I'm nil 1.1 til 

' ■ . ■ ■ k ne» in 

, i ., , ; ' ■ .M luld 'he 

. iiU.-IM t,i> tu^l Ufc,i." '■*. .ti.Te ' 

,\nd I was there Somehow 
.,m.,l I d!ii nol teriaih *hy, it was 
Cither the increJiMs awe»me. 
iiiagnificcni tvauty of the '»lid 
walls of panne suiTounding mc 
or else il wiS ihe l.u i ih.it ihc 
high ,«l,lHude had poisiwed mv 
hrairi. preventing any normal 
thotfghi |n-.,», ."svcs, hut si>meho» 
1 had ir-. y>.- <■'' 1)1 1 \ phenomenal 
change ol Ikwi I knew iMl just 
Nsmig Iheie wa.s not e»mth for 
me 

■\nd, *;: hail a plan What is 
n, al'vui ti,,inrif; a plan that make* 
an rvciil seem dcluiously 
i,lTesi..IiWc' I iloti'l krvow, *hy do 
|,«eoplc thnihmounuirn ' Hcc. lus*: 
I hey hau- a plan 

Out plan was thai the seven 
of us lunalies would begin our 
a^ii'cni at rn o'clock p,m l>y the 
light of llie mixin, climh all 
nighl, and rejch the top just in 
the nick of time m iwdet to see 
th«! sun ri«:. This wa« a very nice 
plan in iheory I,in,'k«ng l^atk 
u(»n It no*. I know 1 i*'as iruU 
feeling the effccls of the high 
a,|l<,itu(i'<> 

We fiiMlly dqiatliixl at eleven- 
i,hi,n,y p,iti. W'lth flashlights, 
siiicks. layer ufun layer of warm 
clothing. aiKt' total capiufe in iiir 
souta, 



Harbinger 

Witem Ramey Harper Ct*!^^ 

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BwuMiU. Sirve Mitt 'Irmty Hrihii. MoM 

Ih,, Sa>li Naill. Mifc,* fwA.. ?tdm 

Siwntf . SMiy MvalBK 

■- ■ • I the ituiJwiI pu'MMIton fur itw M«f|»:r 
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lU iipmBM npttml »f thoirol fht 



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.Hc. and Ihc lii;tii iit tin,' rii.s.in 
*.is sliphily dim. due to ihc lasi 
that It had btTn one week since 
the s,h«,:»wing of the full moon, li 
was a good thing we had 
flashlights 

Ttte firsi leg of our asccm 
would culminate at one -thirty 
am. in the meadow- You 
[irohahly doiit need lo know what 
ihc meadow is. as I hatl no i-dca. 
and 1 was climbing towards it. 
but friefly defined it w-as a lovely 
lar-pe (tra^s^v area which was fl-al 
an iriip-otijiil pmnl -and had a 
cinil Stream rumung tliroiigh tt 

1 ht-iicve II w-»-i ai the 
mcido* w-here 1 asked THf- 
i(in>!u'n Some ol you mas 
.ilr,-,;k)\ Sf ,i--;kiiig Tl-f!-- i:.(ueslu,-m. 
.,!- ■ 'i-'Maht,. h.ive no 

;:, -..ling -1 ourv 1 V c's m 

lI'K- nic.iili'", 

TUr i.p,ii-siion in ..|,,ie^ii.in 
w-hich I mighi add w-.is a,skeit 
much too late, is and was. "Whal 
IS Momni Whitnct""' Whiih w.is 
an-^wcf 

Joan, -,-, ■ . - , --I 

woman with uicrediblc siieiigth, 
in short, an animal "1 i/". she 
ailumhiaieJ, "Motmt Whitney is 
the highest elevation in the 
coatinental i:nited Slates, it is 
the very highest pe,ali of lh<- East 
(i,.,t, s...rr .. ;)nd the ckvaucm is 
1 . 

II that causes me to 
cnu-r into inajiw events Mmdty'' ! 
d,(m't know, why do people climb 
mounams'; Because they are out 
of their minds with attitude 
(s-,i-i,»i>nmK 

Whai nijile a very strong, 
impress ion on me wis loan 
repiaiedly humoring. 'Wan until 
the light of day w(i-rn l.i/ sees 
wliat she it climbrng on'" Being 
-M the same whm leH-nghieous 
lide, i w-ai ncM ahoul lo admit 
that I had p«»*»Ny |oticn myself 
into nmrtiuoig btg|a' ikan I had 
ever seen hrfoce. and 1 w«sn i 
soeingilTI-ff-.Neithe-ir, 

I pneswd on hl«/in| Ihc ml 
which *a» ilefined only hy the 
,brge innne rtnts reflccimj; itieir 
e,iisteiK:e from the rays of my 
evenaily ftehlight. 

We amved at the hiisc camp 
•h,rch I'ompiflfd the se«o-rid leg 



aroused him by 

-nling the time as six- 

n It was rc.illv five 



■01 



'iir 



.ind !t •.I', lour 

mountain morning. 

! irn luile any sign ol 

"■'irit vie had alicaily 

■ ,c I ---' 'he ■j.-ven 

!i,j,mpy 



camp 
lourijc ■■ 



a, ill 

■n»e final lej- ol our lourncy 
hegari with mote than one 
hundred switch -hacks. I have to 
admit that before embarking on 
this cspcdiiiofi. ihis was a 
lofcign word 10 mc, however, 
after hikuig over two hundred of 
them. 1 will never forget the 
word, or the evivrienee 

Svutditiack IS the traversing 
of the mountain trail from one 
side of ihc wall to the other. 
which IS designed lo soften the 
imjMti of Ihc altitude on your 
I-khK's conslitulion 

TTii\ lAiwkcd icr;. well for all 
f-'-yt I'l^ipcN 'Aiso i\ icspectfuily 
ci\! II the title after purging the 
-ticcN ol the altitude up<'m the 
mountain side, and siill was 
dopey enough to travel to the 
top (1 say this only with 
uliiiiujic rcjiect lor Lisa, ml she 
•vn.. able to ncgolialc the de.«:em 
of the mountain faster than 1 
imik-r such .rfversc conditions.) 

[•inally, Sleepy and I arrived 
,11 the crcs! of the mountain at 
seven a.m. 

After having completed the 
climb, but before descending, I 
must admit, I knew it was not 
worth It, I felt m> sense of great 
accomplishment, I fell no 
incredible surge ol power, 1 felt 
no person in his right mind 
wcMid find himself on this God 
((irsaken nick. 

And I knew that I would 
have to wither away on tliis rock 
until the good lurd was merciful 
i.-iii'>ui:h k> lake my last bteath and 
.pare nif from having to plunge 
to my death off the side of the 
fifiy-ihiid swiith-hatk- 

Finally alter hudtlling againsi 
a uny insignificant rock for iwo 
and a half houn. I realt/ed that 
the other five dwarts were already 
at the very peak of Mount 
Whitney WI) feet higher than I 
'This was only sK;compl,ished after 
climbing for anoi,her Iwo ,hottrs 
VfKii reali/ang this. I knew I had 
lo get off itiatriKk, 

.So began the descent of 
Oopey and Bashful al 9:.W am. 
on Sunday morning, Sepiemhef 
4 1QK8 And now that I have 
siren whai, I had been climbing on 
m the light (if day. 1 know I will 
never climb again 

And km:>w-ing that I made il 
id'-wn the mountain, and I am 
villi alive, I k,now- that I did feel 
a gTcai KOvc ol accomplishment. 
I liiti (eel an i,ncre,d,iNc nirge of 
power and I xiilt fell that iKi 
-■■' lir. rifhl mirid would 

: ''i .-<!( i»! ihat i-'iiK,! ftirsaken 
ro, k, Bui all in all. I urge 
everyone ui try it. 



'of Sieej!)- John to awaken, w-e 



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to jmfl.. Ti'i : '■!-, ii!',,«i • . 

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n('.»i'njii..iii (..iMc. ■m\ JupU'Cidwiite 'Hi,m(iT Awwencs* ■•eel:, in) » 

..■nt during f'hrinwia.*. In atWitiim, weekend 

ihant'i" l<» ltd .'I'Wi'iv ■»"'• kii.''! >'''>''"' **"' "'" 

I . . - ■ .. an ptft (ln,t[> 'tnio fc 



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Tlley are oftn lo a'll KiterrMcd 
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A'pplit'»l.H»n tor I'hese 
V »>..(. ir<h<nv may he ribiainrd at 

, . i;ll Aid OfllCC. 

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lifiidlinc for 

Mh.ilar«,lilp» ■• Oftnber 
14. I«»«H. 

Chicapi Food 
Hrohers Assocalion 
Scholarship 

"ll'h- ("hkagii l-wnl Bftikers 

,,.\«"K'ain.m 1.1. t)ilcnini. three (3) 
S:M'i scholarstiijM m (iiKlents 
aiuri.tii'"' H.irrifi for luilion. 
'ti«.i<.* 

rii murt have ii 
|. ..»-.! i'.cit luniii ill irti- ii-rplitam 
tn-. lii'iHi'l! vihii IS I'lirrcnlly 
■;i:i.y|,.v."il in ilic I.:«kI. industry in 
iiif rhK.!i;ii .Ilea I'or the 
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TCMI'OKARY SUPPORT 

SlAI-l'ING 



Entertainm ent 

Reggae Bayiey 



I he Harbinger September 8. 19»8 



I'age 5 



Ml AiMlrtw ••li»» 
lr:iil*rt*li>iB*i>t Kdllor 

<>i Mmidiy. fcp*ciii'>-' '-' 
.■,.'j(gje nxket John Ba>l. 
jjcrftpcw »t *« k-e Cretm "■ ■• 
(Ml the buiklmg A imio. Stuxliies. 
w>IHie»Ukjr2Sc«mi. 

B«yky pliyi "Racci-L*!)*!!". 
ii lOft oJ tetgae uylc titled 
"SciU", *hK-h tomhincn pn' 
(oik, c»lv()*.o. and rm i 
innwencc*. He hegm peri'rnmrii; 
in !»»«> « llK »gt ol rVpUyinn 
ai local tlnta in hn mi.'*'-- 

A,taf rel«c:Min| » KiM« 
Cily. MitsBMin in WT2. Bay ley 
hef im his cmmt m a pMessitmal 
mustcao^ in ihose i-arly d«v* he 
l)trrftmi»4 *>* «■•> t:li''e'« «■'-* 
.w: Tim Turner, U» R<wl. Etlitie 
K«rn<ln.;kv M«f l»« Hiint;ock umI 



In I'»7T I- 
agam, this liiTh, ■ 
»m ilutmg iJiis penoit »hnh l.i; 
pltyetl with Jimm^' ruff. Tiij 
■■..hal, Rith.r ■• BB 

•..,tig. Sl«i (■■. -'gl* 

legend, few 'I i»n 

Ttxtoy John toyley rendes u 

iJm! (<M«i c>( ftkof Paili 'in (he "re4 

rock foresl". new roloriilo 

vr...r...> w.-i .-mil he 'hii* even 

•(" ami IK 

U has hwn MnJ ■" Bjyli-v^ 
vugc |:>re*w;e ishMh Jian'.m.Kit 
ind unpieienlimii, I'MRg hn 
guiiat »« oiorc ii( a mclixlic 
congmlrum, hi ' ' ■ -ini'ii" 
accompatunii; : '"'t'- ' 

ihurah, 14& if.i. i..j.-.i., ;»!r.i' .<. 
his tnciedtble *iic»l range '" Hi* 
voice ta* heen ileicnK-d at 
" homey Inewl Willi nun," 




Kt^gM K.Kkei Ji*" «.iyt*y'. •'"• •• '■■■' 






SUMMER RECORD 

RE-CAP 

"^^^ ^^ ._ .1. ..... ........ III... llvILliT 



Part lw«> of a two 
part re-cap of this 
summer's record 
releases. 



Hf .$lt«t W. HM 
Slair Wriur 

Mere ife man of S!,e»e Hill's 
suiniiiefworilrcvif*!: 

( rawdeil H«ii»«. "Tempi* 
.of Law Men" 
CapiW Kec'CtM/*.'!' 

The «,i(>h<:>nMm- eflnti. from 
Neil Finn's hi (.making imi I's 
every hit as lnirn..iMe Jn't 
e«i)oy»hlf as thfir lir-.i ...i!l>i.im 

Th. 'u, i!:.r'. "■■!. t-'.- -i-' 

'. are 
iisier 

■:, .ilk; lit itlltvC SLlllgS 

, .'.isM (XPhiWy lurti m.! 
,,,.,. J , . mil upsfl 

"J It V one. ieaLurc^ «* 

Richard Vhomp™ nuiui m*i. 

.Iwl. jiMHiise lite one thing li 

you buy Ihta rfNim i' y«" don't 

iikc 11 nchi ;i*av. »i"''' " *• ''''' 

ruore chanc:es. This is del'irmrtv 

i.,,- album thai h» to gm* en 



alhums, ifcser\es It*- |'ta>*i' n 'as 
N.-cn getting. 

Ritili|<>»Hof 5: 1. 

Shriekhack. "Go Bang!" 

Island Reci'tiit'TO 

Allhough Shriekhatk will 

neirer match ihe greatness ot 
I98S"« "Oil and Gold.'' they 
continue w put oyi m.alerwil that 
toteiuJt quirky I link and *moo«h. 

calm lyricism (e*en wiihoui 
D»»e AJkn's presence on ihu 
aI't)Mm,..bul then .Shriek hatl has 
always been mainly Barry 
Andrews amy way). 

Heie they con-r igaiip''! K.C" 
and Ihc Sunshine BanJ's '■(.ft 
ttown Tonight" anil o.isfr il *rl! 
There are mme *"'» i*(>n.jl 
ShriekKmk s,.ngs. like "Sti.»rk 
Walk" and " L>ii*i arul a Shadii* .' 
ami a «»n| thai ihey were doing 

m ciwert th«! (« iin>e ilicy came 

iirtnind here. "Nc* Man." 

T'hc biggcii. problem with 

ihii album 'is that ii a only 

abcMl K miiwies kmg. 



KjiI1:|ir out of S: ■». 



Hint Hyst«r ( ull. 

"I ma I inns" 

< oliimhia R« ( as* ( I) 

'I bt;i you thtwghl ihal these 
guys broke up a long linn' ago. 
Well noi. really ..tt is )usl that 
Iheif most tctcni albums have 
tx«n Ignored hy {'"B's' PiiWi.in 
Lk-partmcni. 'T'hei' 
t'i.jt> "-i'li..!,' Ill -I ■' .■ ■'' 

■■ ne* album 

syas g.iiiig I" '- '"''* ';'" 

,:m; of the b.i: '"■''■ I''"' 

rest of the tufiii j.'uned m 
(including Allen Lamer .and Joe 
Bouchard, who had niH bcm ■'<! 
"Club Ninji y and ihi". :• 



.. I « . ! r , 1 

riKU.i, '•iiagmos i^ "'"'^h less 
m the irieul sufc ihiiii "Ninja' 
was. niey mn...iki.: mo «<rig- 
(mm ihf If >. iaisit ' Sci:fci 

» if 

IJH" n ,..iiiM. i-^i» "I .1. .,. (^ 

Fur B.O.C. taut who *ere 
disappimtcd with 'Club Nmia." 
check this one o.ut. 




Kaiing out of V 



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( aaptr Van Beethoven. 
'• Our Bel o v e d 

RtMiliilionar) Sweetheart" 

V iff in Hfc ( ass ( f> 

1 have had mixed (■.■.■■ 
about preMou* releases t-. 

' :iut my (eelings ait j" 

on fhii tme, which is 

Liu-ii III St album release under 

their new lonuacl with Virgin 

Rccxmls- 

1 must admit thai 1 got iin> 
Camp«-i \'jn Ilorthm-rn after i 
heard th.ii '.•■ '. "■ihael 

Sitpe '. 'H ; .Iconic 

. ■ ■ *ish h.tj'. > MTV 

iiid frequent radio 
lime. ■. . ' sak itiri..ugh 

This ji' -'h "'■■" »* '''«*'* 

md iiiitifc. a- ...aher Camper 



avENSEN5 

ICE CREAM 



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Harper tot.I*t)« Pat) at Sw<»r»S(Jn'S. 

"Student .^.ctifttij rurii ■'•<'■• ' 



; dv.a you w 
.::) purctiase 



receive a 'C''? Oi'vCOunt •i"- ji-iut 



aning room only. 




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AUDITIONS 

The Harper College Theatre 
'The Servant of TWo Masters" 

A Comedy by Carlo Goldoni 

Hj€f., Sept. 13, 7 pm in Theatre, 1143 
Wed., Sept. 14, 7 im in ThcMra, J143 

CJlltMcks: Thun., Sept. IS, 7 pm, nwaM, JUS 

Copies of the script on reserve in the library. 
For information, call Mary Jo Willis {AI 39) 
397-3000, extension 2448 or extension 2285 

Production Dates. Nov. 11, IS, 13, 18, 19 

William Ra<n«y Harpar CoMage 




The Harbinger September 8. 198S 



Paget 



GRANDPA 



Bf Pfdtr S»et'ii»| 

Anytime 1 hear Mmuxim" ulltm|t aNml tow wcwine ttwr Mil GTiwtjw w. I 'Wi« 

i".- 10 liiugh. AnyofK" *(ti> ihinks teir griindi'.' ■ ■- 

;iip rm tiu cgj* a tollecb tfic urmc -tfiettmci. 
itic meaning ol' ihe woi'il ei'ceiitrii Ettciiijit -liK-^r im, ,,.i 

fciMiky, II mcin't a I'uniiy way of tajkiiig al ihing* iin.! A fwn 'I 

teai' people talking ihoul their wltv t'ftt ("irandp* I ji-vjv. ,,. . .:.. ...,, , ;i them 

ahMK n;y nitlt)' oU Griuxlpj 

1 ikm't. of'ciwtw- -I 'wtiu'kiii'i *»i 111 iniTimmiii!' lilt' ciM hrd. 

OrtHtlpa'-s atluall)' my iLnl I've tailed htm CSraudpi tiiiice my kjh j'»tk *-^\ U rn ii-n 
yej|i»ago, but *e triith is thm he'* al»'4y% Mieiiwd more like » |f sindiw 'ta" ■' '1^''' '•*' "'«' 
atiyway, Al*:ivi 'ii«n .>f dn.tam •prcoc'cupteil- -wily Mtenlive m tmef. *r'iiri> tc* ,iii.l Ijr 
tewrcft like .1 jifjndUlhei wh*:>\ only iunund on hiriubiv* The ic»t ui the lime he ».i.^ 
mortty iiJime »vth tumsclf, ti>ing n» unutijtlc wmcthing or other, olieti lumettHng he 
tel ungled himwtf (of ihc »lc |>uit:«>« nf tiiiwinglins,, Ttat'<i wtiai he liked lo dn; 
unliiiigk tilings. He cnjoyi-il led.rain|t d<i.ng« IrtNTi Ihf iniite oui Jiiil he w» goal at n-j 
link ii:k'> gcml, vmic intght wy I!*; was always tinkering wiih mmeihini;. 'Cilwkd m 
h« private til)..le world un.r»vclm| the mysurrK-s irl »iiyiliing that [>u.//li.-d h,m 

Tt!« t>»mrj of hi.* «lf-e«lucai.ii» toukl be gleaiwd in artht... 
enl4fring his taemcm work atea and digging thnnigh ihr tlwh'. i> 

mechiimttal conqw\i.<., Om'e he hail illummjitd a pati,Kul»r gadget *(iti kii«,r>» IcJgt' he 
woiiU «cl It dow'n and never pick it up again, *o the <mler in whith he achieved 
■ilRltottiial (kmnmcic) over any given thmi relative to jmy other |ivai ilitiii; could br 
'■iMSiieid by laugtni iIk rtlaiivt thKktw.s o( the dust i>i.at had sciilcd upcm them. The 
IBIget OMMrr, foe m:i>taiKe. had iwkt m mui.:h tlu'tt mt it as the gss ciwlcd bt 'turbo 
Hecncling flullcr valve h(.:>u.sing. indKatitig iltai CiraiKlpi dad ovetccmte hit ignirance ol" 
ttntiium l«ig h<-f"r.' ih 11 .>! high alliliMk" liel»an>ter fud miiturcs That's what he liked 
to ikx .iiveKoiti, lusi like di)i«.g a tmsswotd puzzle Ptwple *hiJ 'like lt» do 

Lio\»*ord puj/i: :acII on solved pu/.zles ami neither did GraJMlpa. Omec 

wimcthing vm imttmed... lirundin witwld H.1 it a-wlc and move on. The (itmn diireteicc 
h<:tw«'n GnMlpi tmd sMneon: who likes in Ho uimswoid puzzles a (tiM the latter can 
cnioy other aspeiXsof liCe. The fcimKi couldn't 

I wa.s twenty *hen Grafidpa'i hobby Ttrsi heeiime .nimethii'ig of • mitHWGe. t 'hale 
to Kpeak of my own father in such tondestend.i.ng tenns. hut *.ith Griittpil (lie thmc..--. 
aic ba«i¥ 01 wicked. » I'll ake batty. Also, there may he ceriiMn legal tonsidnaiii'iv. 

tt was after I got home from my iophomnre ycai' at Slate that I fiM niHkcd a 
pfoMcm. Dad., m I M.il called him at the time, met me with a hi^arly hmdi.''la.sp and 
even niwieed that. 1 had hiid. my braces reroeived \k"hen I iiemly ml'sirmisd him thai they 
had been off (or four years, he smiled 'kafUKiy. ".hiuKgci jnd waindcred away. I know 
thai, that do««il s«ni"td like much, hui ii *.i.s the l«iigr%i , .>n.frsalion we hail hat suite 
I WW. ctghl and he tixik me (o the bn-iement for tlie bir.) • h..it (,ab<"«tt w hieh f ni 

suBT' I knew iww and which ((wcktv iiimtxl into itr dt , < ilaroid camera t 

k. by die sb'j'ncr .ol 
'11 the t.a|c so that 
.(■iiKini ni,i».e ,1 ini.,"ji r'l uieni ,ma slw putj it-n^ vifKC '■loppcil Ifytng;. ftMnng 

llie worst, I speddtjwn the steps m ieiin:h of my relatively level-healeJ mo'itier. I found 
her m the kitche.i) and when 1 asked hei ahnut my nii«ing (letjt hei enure frawiie sagged 
M li slie wett lahmng under an oppressive burden 

Fejir.in| th.ii the lud ac^'kleivt-iil* H,iik.t'i.l th'n, .,i 
level ■ he»kd 1 1 h»*«-d ij:> n > . 



Whr 



'"Well, alter ail." I sjinl 
wondering. 

""Ohhb ' she wailed, "it'»i«' fci>"i 

"Two bK.k.1 ea»::h. realK ■ ■ 
*OlMK)h. I cm hmlly h- . 






.n diat (»nd 
- ..1, 

"'Nciw' thai I think about ii. i ttmni rveii like them ttwl m.iich '" 

""He'i»mMr<Je'i'r'' sfie scniiliirt. 

'"'Shhh, . . what'? Now, wiMi ii. Sente down mm. Mom. Kow. «ltoli: '■ HMflliMrt" 

""Otm*.:" she went on dwrnalically 'Youi faihei' He's a k,iflef' He"f titiiiie!' He 
m.iKtaed your iMie Itieeds!'* 

■' You imran. Mkkey and Nikl r M> gerbds'''" 1 mMM her, aniuMil by Ike iiaUMin ol 
my jwipctiuilly dBtnictrd faltier »nn«intung geitucufc 

"The rats' Yes*" sh««*btd "Ik iiUrdllmm'' 

It seenwid tike it would be unkind U bugb. if Kit » .Illy Mllllm, Itell )» A* 
inemt'iry of Mickey and Ntkki "Why. Molhci'"' Why wotiklte lil'l in.y |«llilli? ' 

She quit hei sobbing. snilfW comiwhcwtvely and' 'Iwiked' at me. '"So .he ctwU 
d^fnii.' itieiii," s?v- ■ ' 

I wasni e> - .1 *iih ..'rmw ovei' lite leii* t4 mv ferbi'h.-they went 

KIMlUy a bit ai" ,;>iuBd on that sumx-ky wh«-el iHtd .ill but I ftj* 

ci(l«c«iiiedlbjn ii . ..''fiials. thathe should Jii It in J |if<if«-t vtimg i 

was. going lo suggest iltai he take a college night course m nience "here 'he ..'-uld 
diiscet clean specimen* wilti 'the pttifrr tools ttndei the iuieij,(re o( .m esi-eneiu. cd 
pRiteiMV. ahcraiw., I wk afraid he'd sum levchmg through gitrtiiige cam iwid. bwldtng 
ettavaiwns m leaieh tif mice «itl I'nts m need of "repair." 

After the gerbd incident I had a hmf talk with htm and ilKW|ta. me tad .mined 

Itimp uit pretiy well until a week later when Whiskers did)i"i answer het diiirier bell. 

*■"'« aiMl hope: battled wiilun me a* I dewended the ilefK (o E'M's ba.»giiMBl 'voifc area.. 1 

it-ned the d«» md iwirly fam«>d. 'Thcrr was ImS ami there was 'Whliketi. "Th*' tmly 

'".-Tciite »,i.-> t'fi..i:t r',i...t ^.is .iln-: .iii-t ti.i* iiiiestiiies and wnd.ry oiher innirib W't'icft't 

- - ' siMcaKW*. 'that coiiUn't bC' aitplied lu 



<. ,)li.. il-jr ■. 

He liMikti'! 
I'Mii..' ' ' ^'-'iig all '*fi'n| 
I'lil low Ki It UnA.' 

. ,i-.*..M.,i MK lie set "*''•"■ ^' ■'•■' 
ilow* on. her baick tt 
mpper wire and the 
iKWkl «M| 'flsb 
'lleline' Oullisft ■ 
iMik.Wf up *.' 



..' c taint Ml 
tn- |Tunimc«. I rr .pirmp '< in ine wrong plict and 

■■'" '''.'''■•vkieM. who. I turn m* in f"'" ''"."■' ■* ■■■ 

Her legs were pulled i-i 
■ fier mxk to rier tail *j 
. 'Mil., mmwwtfd into iJ'i< 



i;ht; 



; Mai' mn)--' 
mm tmmg. fcl* p«ii.krt.s wi. i. aawe ti.1 sjK-aii. l pniwo metn oui lo ii,im 



Jj:>cl 

was 



"Ah yes," he said, wiping the i, hm'>. '>iI on his shiriiad and pitting thtiiii on He 

■ibei pcoceettel to KnM a hetier nwtiwtrap. He showed me how a more cenirali/cJ pumr 
wiiwld wear down li"«s t(meklv and how' the inlcsimes should run a wiifct >,iruiit, 
iHowiDi' .. *iii aK'ui loetplam why (oufie.' 

■pjjiced !. "-nor lo one bic one when I N''' 

.md et(:; 



^mk 

.having tm'n re'dueevt lo iheif h,!-.! 
eiji. dicre were no mtiei tniTv iii 
,'P tiim under ^uls..■rn■.ll■'n '"A e .1 . 



om|it>nenls 



l.'nllv 



yv.i!. -.,..*,. ....... „ 

find si»bsc-.(iiemlv .lispost',! 
10 unravel ..ind. ihetelore <■■ 
lei him cnii ol (he house alone 

S week alter "^''liiskef's I'unertll I had dcviwil a fairly siimn,!' safWtie, 
along with pat respi.>nscs to all the 'p<.mib.le arguments I (oresiiw my f.uhei i.i 
strojfc down 10 hiv wtirk «'ca brimming with privlifc theiortc and stepped cini 
throuj:'! ■' 

Tt). line b«?lweeii ti,,ein.rie and noane. biu ii .l.x"-ni ,,oiKern us I-..- 

Kcause I. ,1.1 »i. . = 1 (Kiunding ovet Ihai Imc like ,■ lacuai jliei a t;a/elle. 1 sU'hhI iri W-. 
itoorway and watched as he inserted a laiiJe pair ol plier^ inui his. own mouth .mil inre 

. u - .111 He dabbed at the Wmid that filled hi% mouth .iiid studied the newly lontied 

' ' rtoi , 

• ! ' I moamid. "Ihdn l that *ii*.f r '' 

He <Lue.it ,11 me (or a long moment, genuine h i unlnved 'W' hv on earth »- -,./.,/.i r n 
hurt"' he .e.k>J 

1 shook my head slowly. "¥(» dnfci't «rc.am. " 

He iwifcrn) this. 

"t meant to.' Iiesiiid. 

I graduated ani.1 (oi married. My wife and I had a child. Jack, Mom died D*l moved 
m with me and m t >s ite and iaek 

In tlie ye..i; inll"* ,n(, my awakening la itie lact thai my laUiei was a fruitciikc 1 

k-arried ih.i) iheie *efe r*o wavs ot dealing mih htm. One was lo keep him 
insiiiuL»>ii.ili/t.l. ihe other was to keep him ai home The problem with keeping him 
iiKiiiiiii.'ti.iliA.-d was that he had never ilom- anything anl>'*x:ial. so soctly wouldn't 
liM.i Ihe bill I hud 10 Another thing 1 lound out was thai Dad wasn't so much of a 
pmbleni .It home enepi wlum he neetfcd a yel higher life (orm lo dissect. 

If we kepi him l.vted up. like his doeuirs adviasd. 1 figured he wtmid he unhappy 
and 1 would be unhappy. If. on the other hand. I lei him stay widi us and s^-ixipcd up 
(he ixeitoonal ro-idkitl lo ktxp hini iimused. he wouU be happy and 1 vc.u.K! K- h.ippv 
Ihe roarikill. presumably, wouldn'i miml 

The neighbors, however, w> -a.'',./ mi nd 'They hail their ■ ...mil' 

weren't iti.) keen on having hiiTi .around ILiiipinexs and si i ■ i.ir 

oiuwcigh pused-ofl' n<.-ii:hhor\. and Gr.indpa suiyed 

The downside of dus r-'an, K-sidcs pissed'Olf neighbors and so'«ipiii(: up r..;,i.lkilK. 
was hawng my son spend his torniaiive yean in the v.imc house as r.iiicior 
Frahnkeiidneoen, 1 dhln't sec any gixxl coming of thai. 

Aoolhei problem with keeping him which, intrinsic in its naiure didn'i manifest 
ilsell until taier, stemmed from the fact thai tiiandpa always had lo have a greater 
ehiil.le.ngc than lik- last This mm no problem when a bo» tunle could fistinatc him lor 
a month, but a.s t:m.e passed, it not only became increasinfily ddfieuli lo find 
challenging new specimens (or him. but he also came to master e.kh more rapidly, 
caiwmg an undesirable snowhalling efftvi and ron:ing me lo search for small aniinal.s in 
Mime very strange places. The mysterious ash of ibe'fLs (mm ihe children s pciung /m 
luatle the I'nml pages but ended when tfr /ookceticrs sumed magnetically tagging thctf 
chiH'ie* like lihrjiry kwks and making paufms pass dirough sensory gates upon editing. 
I ftiund esi>t,ic little beasties like a:u::ipus and iguuna at the e.|hnic markets and had ■ 
rimning ub at every pet store in K>wn. Eveniually iJiough. as was htiund to happen, 
Grandpa worked his way up the evoluiHuwy ladder lo hti own •^n.ics 

It was partly my own fault, actually. At one ■pciinl. I was so proud ol having 
gleaned a little monkev from an Argentinian gnxer in the city that I fcHilishly gave ti 
toCrwdpt, insunily r.xkcting him [stsithe two t»r diree more year^ ihai we could have 
kept him busy wuti dogs, birds and small reptiles. After that ii wa^ very slow going. 
We Itiltled htm with promises, only to bring him another monkev and eaiole him mui 
believing th,ai it was a fur greater chal,lenge than the la-si. Ii i.o..k ulsnii iwo houis lor 
hiro to lose in(e,re.st in a new monkey and aN:>ui two weeks (or me to gel 'UnuihcT from 
the wholesalers wi^th w'txim 1 now dealt directly. 

Life is su-ange wlrn you're an animal th.i 

. , I s,peni many hours casually ploP' 
dotphms from the aquarium 

I look up birdwaichtng ih.n)u,gl» it rifl,e si:o[je, 

I began reading promtslMMs fm tJ»e k'Kil rodeo w.ih .i m 

. . . W'bcn I took, lack to the circus 1 sjient the wh. 
mulling over iJie ptissibility of coldcwkmg a ckiwn and , 
an elephant- or » clown. 

Then one night Grandpa came to nie and said in a very sole 
atttun." 

Something noi every si.>n gets to hear hii (into say. 

I couldn't get him a man. ol cowse. so when Jack didn't answer his dinner bell twic 
evicnimg, t ,|tKpa-wl (he worst 1 rat:ed to Grandpa's third floor amm but the di,>or w» 
locked, I hanjetl on it loudly and called out Jack's name but there was no answer. I 
thought of calling the (ire ilepanment lo com,e and break tlu- door down, then 
,remembcrtd thai il was hollow ami hrtikc it di,)wn mys.-ir 

ln,s,ide the m.mi t beheld a sight that will haunt me nil ilw end ■ 
There was Jack and ihere was Grandiw. The ditlcrenec was ih.. ..ve 

and bis iniesuntss and sumky other mnaids weren't d.ingl,iiig from ,i>le 

projcxiion-two statement.!, that louklii'i be applied to ("iratidpa wio, ,.■ of 

accuwy 

"No. BO, «».'" laid a fnisinned lill'lf lack, toih hands busdy at i«ork mside the 
gulled lutso of bis Grandpa, "iJib i« all wrong." 

EftmhiBjj turned tm .itl nctit 
iKirni* ill ■ ' ■ » ■ 

u 
• ■ ;.,ic>.'ii .apan t .' 
■ 'len he tiwiie '. 
I wonder wlui lor 



lie Ids and 



iT-kiriifi^ eye 

ilie i.wnl, 
: .1 iK-n or 

•:•'». I need 



,.l'.»k liol nrandi'ia vnnlone .le.iMi ..itul ,-\n made 



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Employmant 

H«ip W«nt«cl 

TEUEM*»tETWa 
Attn. «iicl»r«s* TBl«ptwn« 
■ nttrwitw«rs wanltd. 
Condiua shon survgys avm 
m« phone. Ab»l«iely m 
sal«. no flip, wednd.. Fte«, 
hrs. «ve. & wknds, Slarting 
SShflv. Call Corey M..F & 
699.-1990 btwn 10 a.m. 
5 p.fti 

HOLIDAY INN ITASCA 

Front Desk Repf<»e'>n'-=>''voe 
n«fld<»d. Fifitti.. 
a..m. - 3 p.m. c „„ : ' 
:, p.m.. M-S. Apply m 
■person al 8.60 tmnj Pk 
Rd, iuac» , Of caM Lof* 9 
'.33 2340 

i-OVlNG CHILD CARE 
proviaefs tnmtta to hve-in 
v»>ti> Nap»f¥t.H«, iiKnois 
area tamlltps Ex: salary, 
b«f>e(tis, ir,ive! Call 

cottoct; Napemiie isianntes. 
Inc. © 3f2..3.57-.0t08. 

.AOVE,RT)SlNG MANAGER 
Th« Harbinger is tn need o( 
Ml Advertising. Manager. 

This position pays 
commission on any ads you 
sell- The job requires daiJy 
hrs. and organizational 
shUls. You would do 
phone-in and person to 
person sales We will 
train Please apply in 
person at Tf>e Harbinger 
OlticB between 9 am and « 
p.m. or leave us a message 
at the Student Activities 
Office. 




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Parnime or Fulltime 

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for current repo list 

AUTOMiWItf S 

GOVERNMENT SEIZED 
Vehicles from $100. 
Fords, Merc.ed«s. 
Corvettes. Chevys 
Surplus, Buyers Guide (1) 
805-687-6000 E«t, S- 
1053 

OLOSMOBILE. VISTA 
1972 Cruiser Wagon 
Inexpensive scnooi 
transportation Asking 
$350 Please call 255 
3210 after 4:30 p.m. 



Pa* (an aw-pup} 

Good luck this year with 
everything. Just 
remember, don't get bitten 
by anything thai bartts. 
P.S. Hi Joe. Loveya, 
"An ex-pup,' now ■ - HO. 

Joa Paaai 

WhalS Happening. Bud! 

I see you're attiaciing the 
babes ielt and right. Don't 
let all of this ahention 
throw you oft ot you're 
siraighi and narrow path to 
ed-u-ma-ca-tion (ha! 
hatj. Remember why 
you're here at the otd 
WRHC LuvYa! 
Guess Who? - 






H»tp. W«.rit«d 
P«rt-Tlmt 

DELI HELP NEEDED, 
Drivers, and kitchen help. 
Ftembto hrs. - 9-3: M-A 
II interested ptease contact 
Lte 8 Paul's Dell (# 49<l- 
8181. 2350 Hasseir Rd / 
Motlman Est. 

WAITRESSES. COOKS* 
lountain people needed 
Days & night positions 
available. Salary open. 
Only mature persons need 
apply Swensen's Ice 
Cream & Restaurant 1602 
E Algonquin RO. 
Schaumburg 3974414. 

PERMANENT PART-TIME 
positions available, 
evenings/nights $6.hrly 
ShippingrReceiving Elk 
Grove Village tocation Call 
Todd #593 1818 after 
3 p.m 

WAREHOUSE - 
Short and tong term assign. 
All shilts available, Bonus 
and insurance program No 
fees U n i f r c e 

Temporary Servlett - 
9B0-89O0. Saturday 
appts. available 

GRAPHICS PERSON 
needed: tt The Haibtngar, 
Great fun. great people. 
great enperience, Contacl 
Doug # 397 3000 em 
2481. 

DATA ENTRY) 

WORDPROCESSING 
needed tor special prolect*. 
Six months expertence. All 
systems needed Uniforce 
Temporary Services - 
990-8900, Saturday 

appts. available. 



r o r >j a I e 

MODEM 

1200B half sue board lor 

leading edge IBM and 
compatibiss. Hayes 
oompatfble. Only used one 

semasler. Asking Si 00. If 
in teres! ed call S29 011S. 

REAL ESTATE 

GOVE,R:NMENT HOMES 1»m 
11 (U repair). Delmqueni 
tax property 

Repossessions Call 805 



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Page 8 



Women's Tennis 
at Harper 

coming up Aces 



WIIIIVM KMMV HAHCKH COI I FCE 

WOMEN'S TENMS 

19KII 



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Sporlt Utlmr 

Everj' ijniigriiri sums with » Mmtij; foiini,!,. 
I:milc4 pmici'iialKifi. jnun fji'iltiif^ .itxt i!v h 
weak new pi'intram StHmtiiiKi ihiwfti -'■■ •,, ^ 

prognim on iij gn,Hi(n:l (hot. 

Kaltly Cl»amlx;ii;iin the ««"i"M m-.u ,.,«.; uc »<wth""'i t.-.....,.. t..,...-, 

k- Ok- fcireman »hi> » i,. . ■- ■• -.'i i; 'nxwutlmn i,>l .1 wir" 

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Ihciru-am mm ;n>-ii'imul ■.m'.i,;n:it. . ]■• ,>• ■ 

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(ivc I;ki jcat'i %hi' h.i>, jiiii 

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wttli imly Cue pcopk hui '•*(: Km: 1 ■, .,1 
in there," 

The liitt ikiiiWes icain i>( wphomnu u.i 1 .. inii.m!. j" i 1 ti,T> 1 

challciip' fi,ir awlcrcnei: himiim. 

Pi<./t/ek snii Fermanis were hi.m,!=,i m. ri-,.. , ,:,,n 1 ...i .,, •-■• 

cmc c«i(€rcK:e k»s going iniit tu 
bringing a immg 'tcaajn 10 an cri.i 

Sitptonw Corecii ami Conaiil tir*:! ini) .ilmj"m.(lcTi Hclli ktltn. ;n. 
HK-iind AjuWcs iram whiih ^hcwlil ako h:- s> liwve » iihtn t(»- li-:,nrit,,- 

Freshman Mtcliele Garilfo. M.ii,iiajvt A\h»viih 1 • 
Ihe new kids o« the bkK'i, Ml arc ..(inicsiinf! (or 
ilrnhks earn. 

"Even though lcnni% i-. .m niilHulu.;il %[>ftri ■.- 
Chamherlm." We're only my ^inmi, a»iH«' *fak«-..! link .in,,l , .,,•, ,;,,,, 1 
to g« Iwili-r ■■ 

As kxig a< Cathy Chamtvrliii is in ciwtriil oi (he irurcKw iirul !•.■:. 
t-Kcrj'ihinf shwhl tonw up xc\ 

THE DOG DRZE 
Of football 



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Mj Myriia MlaHhard 
"iport* E#l.ti»r 

I ant not a BE.A.I* (an 1 dim 1. 
■.>'*n J jeriiify »>ih Watlcr 
i'.iv iiH'i s niimbcT on it I doti'i r.il 
at Tat'o B.elt and my i»tekna.me 
has nothing ttj do wiih any 
kitchen appliance. But, t AM a 
fanhail (anatit 

Since I W'as in e(cmeniary 
«.-hool 1 tave S'pcni ci'cry fall 
weekend in a stupor .ihouung 
eiil'ier olKicenitiei or I'raiM at a 
liiile plaMic and gla*.* Kn 

Ml Mjlwarl companion. Sir 
M...H. a icn vear old greyhound. 
.scfieJ Hie ihm many gridir»in 
wars. Mai would an\»cr m\ 
(oui - Iciier I'fHjlbal! tornme niar h: % 



I*. I ill a t>.irk ol approval 

One day when M.n aiiil J 
were Jmiissing the NFl. ■, .vuhlle 
swiieh from a pro-set oflenst- 10 
an I -hack offense when ihe 
suhn-ei .4 Bear (tKHhall tame up, 

Ma.t said hf disliked the 
Bears, funher siiying a He;»r was a 
"siupid and tasteless animal 
whose primary funttion wi'asonly 
10 eai and sleep," Ma» afsti slated 
Ihal ""ihe Chicago firey hounds 
was a far more appealing name " 
The leam could fcaiure a chant. 
"Hound 'em'' , mrk'e i,h,'v tuultl 
sill I hark on delerw,: 'Ihe (ails 
could ihcn refer 10 the 
I, heerleader^ as Bittics, (We call 
itki'ti that an»»av I 



Bits 'o 

Cross 

Country 




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lly (.'hilt I 
Staff Hrll«r 

On l-'riday, Sepiemhcr 2. 
.mly one half ol the Haifvr 
Cross <'ouni,r\ team (:allo(wd 10 
the ( '>ak|i„m ( )p<*n 'the race in.ts 
.1 ihree-mile spun 

f*nly three male menitxTs 
tompeied. Brian Kwiieholl 
finished fifth overall, thud 
amongsl ihe. men. Tom lions 
finiihcd I'Jlh, Chris 
CoLsioimalos tallied in at ?')th. 

On Saturday, Septemher 
ll't. llw trtk- *ill i.'oiM[vte in the 
■A'autjonstic InsiuiionjI at Sio:;ir 
("IfO've. Illinois. 

.For the team ■ 

11.11 i.iri il meet lit \ .: .1 

I loe mu>l alli'iii! 
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BMWKS WBBm OP IB BOPES OF mBKIBB TBIS B BOT SEBSOB. 



INIRHMIIBHTR 

Sign up now in M-building! 
FLAG FOOTRAFI 

l:iilry sicadliiic: Soptemlvr 9ili 
'nic icaguc tx'oins; Septenitvr LSth 
What link'' I (M»pmio4:(K)pm 
Wiicrcal' Hag Football Reld 
(Ix-hiiul M-building) 

8-BALL 
Billiards Tnii rnament 

n.ili': [■rii.lay. (,)cln(vr 21st 

I nir\ IX-atllmc: Monday, October 17th 

^^-'liat liivic-,' Noon 'till 4:<X»pn'i 

,^\'l'^*^" :ii"-' A-building billiards i.iWfs 

I here will he I.-I t-ntrir*, first come firsl sersed; 
Slcn up k S..'\.f'.! ihe slarlini; time is Noon. If 
i<iu'e« nul nrrsral when your name is called, vou will 

Irirfril your match 

I'liiS^ "D" Kaqin-tli^i ll TournamyrH 

icnii-nanicii! dale: .Satur.iav, Oclok'r 2.'!uj 
l:i"ilfy IX-anlttiic; N'londay. ( Viotvr 17ih 

Wicn'' IfVIHi.iiTi 'til'! i:{M)pm 

"^"^^Kfc at',' MBiiildino Rat|uelbaii Coiirts 

500-1000 Mile Club 
Riin/WalkASwim 

Hire's Ihe deal: 

1 . 1 \o\i may run/ualk/swim anywhere you 
w ish. Track you mileage And log ii in ihc 
black log IxHjks on llie Inirannira! table in 
M-biJilding. 

Once a week the mileage is taken out of ilie 
log b<X)ks and transferred to the large 5(X)- 
KXKt mile chart hanging in the gym. 
After eomplcting the 5(X>- KXX) riiiles you 
will receive a Harper College 5(X)or KXX) 
mile club T-shirt. 



2.) 



3.) 




Two vie for 
Business Senator 



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I'fc' SiiKtcni Sciaie cleci' ■■ 
pHwiises 10 Ik cliiirjuricnstk 
putl jieutt wiih five (MiidJAitox 
■WfiWfiiliili few (rf the »«x Knaif 
'IKMiflOJIt. 

Sludenis can vote h* 
itowmg iheir slitdcru aciiviwe, 
c»bI to ilie tatkn txw ^upcrviwr 
on Sepi. 19 autl ;o. Tbeic «e 
f<»r Mktl tales: tmildrng, a- 
iBftmwilMjfi desk, atnwkic F- 
rnoiii dC!*, and J'-hu offitr, 

■The Businrts Diviimii ti;is 
two iinrfcaiui. Kitsiin Binpn 
"W Ttiii) Msmoipi.. Bmgm itad^ 
ilxnii the •laiiiie mi Inml it wat' 
tins 'ctaar i-li«i«- m fn her 
1I1MIWIII,. %tm pbiiiMcd on jeitag 



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resiMjonW,,, ,„„I4„,jj,„,^;. ,,,,, 
■*>»% pretidm of wurtoiB hifh 

«h<«t duh, wlu.lm,( the Junior 
.•VfhK%Tmciii BuMnesj Cluh, He 
jivri haj know If (J J,. ,,,- 
[Wlt,an*:-ntary Jinxcctitrc used ai 
**maie m«iin,|*. 

•Onftaiie tvjifxm » rnnrum. 
iiii<)|)|>«wed for rtprr-. : 
*h« Life Sfienct .1 
RfKtuws DivKiora. .S;,,,, „.„ ,.„ 



ulty 

Negotiations 
update 



;:;' "■'"■'•'■ '■■.'■ '■'.'iiv"i.iiK-,.in,j 
l^''-'-'l:'-" ' ■""■■! ■■'■" K».H, 

Has been ic,r> a*;uvf m Mudcm 
*:t.v,tes Uiroagh fc- |,„, v«, 

HittcWanncfutivep,,.,,,,;,,,,,, 
"fie tVii-rBm Hrurd and »j^ ,, 
n-lStilaf gu«i »t ,be Siydcni 
-VwuienKicijiigi, 

I'Tie Spfual Pn.fjfam,, .„„, 

>"»'itf< Divnu.n hj, „„,, 

■■-""'"'•"e. MK:,ha:-l|,„ Trtpprnj, 

;'f>'«li has Itatl wmktd *.tli 

_ laniri- and wriiien an,K:lcs fiw 

I'.K Daily Iterjld. 



F <tHi>r III I (lirf 



^l■.e^^me prepared incase 



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i:auijurk-d 

f-iir the pa, I ^.^.„ ,, ... .,,, 
Ihc IhriMt of Mtikr (,,,,, 
Mui'lrpn jn.t .iitrrsinr.i 
tan.!' 
sai.,n ^ 

cvi'iinau p,iy jindsut! Ului.: (uy 

•"iJ aulomaiic pron.,.(„.ri i„ 



'-:--■:■■• •,[,, fa,|. They arc also 
■•>-i:ond dcinonslraiion 
.. .■..,: .■'.■' Kxirdmctnmp, 
■'"'"•I ( ommtiniiy ("ullettr 

rccenilH *-ulcd tticir ouMandinj; 

Kmtiavi after tinke lulhon/aiicm 

viw Willi a 22<i «Uary int:tca«- 




Registration 
and tuition 
the 



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' Hallit 

'' '-liniffr tiiil 

It 
*■ 'iHor in^'Ciilrr 

"I*hi$ fall's regiMrntini) y^j^ 
w-ven pffceni higlK-r ihan m 
''''^ Nc»i fad's a-ftstraiion n 
'■N'*'Li«lK)heevcnh(Ehcr, 

Slc%'e Calltn. 'Dear, .if 
Admissimii md Regittrar ,4,d 
"Over ilte past fiwr yc»s Harper's 
cnrollmcni has been growing "" 
f'aiirn aiinhuiei iliis growih io 
•lis main fcctlcr a: hoots. r>istnc« 
. " I -> ' ■ 1 HuTTingion U.S. and 
' >> . as well as ihc 
I'' ' , ,, ..l.umii growth in the 
mtfihwry Miburhs 

Ihrtxi':. I't,,,ril „( 'Trusiees 
' lis 1<»H.H..X<) 
1 In oflf 
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ilOfl IS 



*-'«• t'Jipl .,.,„ ,,„ ihe 

incrcanc « ife swie of lllimti,- 

ll.Vli up »||h Uxlty'i 



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additional S:»f.-4? jH-r sem«'sier 
and U» jart lime siuikni paving 
rouKhlmnaddiuonal S^^.IK 

Itie lasi time Harper raised 
lis tuiiion *»s ifl Ihc tall ol g5 
Bnrollnieni »;,s down and Oic 
mtrtax- was needed in keep up 
with expenses. TuiIhhi wai rained 
JmmS2S27percre<ljibour. 

The mtieasc was originally 
suuesied la«l year when Harper 
•niitipaied siaie granis 10 be 
insuffKient 10 mainiain ihe 
current level .it "educaticmal 
eiccllencc riie ..tale ilien 
irifiNmied Haiptif of an udditiOMl 

u"i.eiving 

Actordinj; u, Harper's Board 
(>( Trustees Vice ('"hair-pcrson. 
Hafhara flartnn even wiiji the 
:iddii,n>iial fufi.,K imm the; stale the 
prepare for the 
■'■■if>.r !hc liiiiion, 
M '.. ,„f 

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Harpers 1 ,brj,|, „„ .^^„ ^,_,^ ^, ^ 

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" <•■'.' ''■ f»ci;j.ci nest 

■ • ■■"lis in the average 
lull lime student paying an 



'IS With new 
■■'■•■''■••'■ '■"■■;' !'''■""' system 



Page 2 



Page 3 



good Movie review Moon 
■1 Over Parador A 

t: ,- ' . " ,. 
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.:e to 
ji Paul 



Gauguin. 
Page 5 



•■'■g« is in 
" ■ -;- .,i;;J does not 

need the tuition mcreasc, but 
iccordmg to Banon the imnnn 

increasff cm not h 
imiil in-vi year's i ,„ 



Opening season for 

Harper Hawk 

fO'Otball, Blanchord's 

three step drug 

abuse program. 



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Features 



The Harbinger September 15, 1988 



Page 2 



Library chooses automation 









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:,: . i,i..iiiin; more. Lx'tto (il>'^t't 

,',, >iu!„)ii'( Sct(iiciH.s. par-ilK-l 

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«vttm|;»a.m.cr4(Naryta. l™'''^'^^':'^';;.;;!;'^;^!: «^^,, philosophy ..)( .he r.gh. ol . 

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The Price of a 
good education 

Bt llitiiflai Ha; 
re|:Hlir-l»-€llitl 

A three dollar per credit hour inn... 
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chat with \tv H.iii'-"' ..-mbi't. I .= ■ 

the increased tcven:,!-' .■> ■ ■■ '"ig.. Info ■ 
lediK'ational) aiuipmem tund. I ;:i,sm.,i! 
to Ms. Barton the BiKird .if l"n,' 
meeting to dcciiJc » liere ihe mmi.. 

When 1 tirM heard about the umuni n.i 
*as sympathetic tf' Harper College, The ^hj^/ures 
showed that H.ir|Kr 'uas emtTinp a penwl o)' finaiKial 
stress and I had nn rever\ jti.»ns ahout sharing the 
burden.. Harper hadn't had a imtion increase in four 
years and other col le pes in the area wcrt- n'Mirc^ 
expensive. At the time a tuition increase seen»(('' 

logical. 

Reviewing the (acts though. I find that Harix-r is 
far from financial imublf, nov*. or in ihe ne.;ir future. 
So wh\' IS Ihe board inerea-ini: the tuition:' Perhaps 
for ihc'>amc reason the\' can't pa) their own faculty 
members a competitive rale with other schtKjIs in the 

area. 

Lawrence Motts was the lead board member 
against the tuition increase. According to him the 
basis for the increase was eliminated when the sute 
offered an additional SMMKCMM) lo Harper College. 
This was brought up during discussion before the vote 
was conducted but four out of seven trustees thought 
Ihe scha>l still neeided the money. 

It makes me wonder what Ms Barton iwans by 
"our first concern is to the student ' ('.ranted ihis 
increase wont make or break me Nor will ii 
probably break many other students in the area (fate 
it, we live in the rich Nonhwest Suburbs) but tt will 
make it a grtiiter challenge S.irrw -.nident's nuv not W- 
able to ret urn to Harper nevi M-itiL-Nicr -> 

' \ think we should he making ii t.i'^a ■ li"' 

i not hanlcr." 

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(w nevi-ril iiBHite. and his 
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tolh hat m Ihc Suk-* .imt i>v,:r 
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thai ttic iongii you may tavt 
tifard fti>m Ihc jihum could very 
well hf ilK hcil <i>ri(,',\ cm tte 
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Raling oul of !>■ 2 

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For a band who« debut 
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ihal Ihe imimn dues Ndf havr 
iTin Can'i The im|xirt alhiim 
Ims a tovcr with artwork ihai is 
eomjilciclk (liIfi-fiTU (rom the 
domcsiic release Thf iii>|tvtrl 
al» has. a number 2 m ihe 
torrfet inditJimi! ih.il il'iv « the 
\etond n-Icivc o( a senc« ot 
llu.-e liiji Ivtian m April with 
ti [■ 'Numh" and 

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hn thai allows you lo More all 
three ilcms- Check a ivvofit store 
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iriidinif. whereas Bjork'v voiie 
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The song lynvs arc vers 
glHid and presented in il'W liner 
M)K9i in a way thai makes iheiri 
netrn like shcin srines instead ol 
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than a lew- short rnonihs alter 
ihcir previous album w-sts 
released, provmi ihal the kill.- 
Works IS a hand lh.:n ••"><"■■■ 
lavuifi. (imn new tracks 

For coitectors. uis. ;..•..: 
ihai the iiiipori aiuf domestic 
vcrsicuB an- difti-ii-ni fumnuv 
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STUDENT ACTIVITIES 
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COMLNC; SOON 
Fall I98S 
Orrerings 



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ClassHiml Atl Rates 

Stuekmt ntm-commmoal 
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pfop#f W»nfifcj(ion 
Nm-Stutfuni ciMmitmas itjfi 
10 mgt» Hms) mm $4 50: 
$.. 3* »acn adrffiio'iai km. 

Employmtnt 

Wvntad 

TELEMARKETING 
Attn, students' Telephone 
interviewers warned 
Conduct short surveys over 
the phone. .AOsoluteiy no 
sates, no exp. needed, f lei, 
hrs, eve. & wknds. Starting 
$,S hrty. Call Corey MF @ 
699 ^'990 btwn, 10 a,m. 
5 p.m, 

EAR N M ONEY AT HOIIEt 
Assemble Jewelry. Toys. 
Electronics, others FT S 
PT work available, Cjh 
■IHefundaDle) i *) " 
459''3734 EXT, S,36 7 4 „■•. ■■. 
24 HRS, 

MODELS NEEDED 
tor (ashion stiows and 
prirn work $50 ••100 

hrly. We counsel 

tteginners. Stale licen^sed 
Taieni Agency. Spe^ncer 
Suldtos. Open Noon W 5 
p.,m, closed Sunday, Call 
B.15^455-S595 

REPAIRS 

Typewriters repaired. Get 
ready for school 
Reasonable prices, prompt 
service, call 991 •7508 
Leav^e messafle. 



Help Help 

Wanted Wanted 



For Sale Personals 



month old .a! my ho^me m 
Rolling Mdws, Must be 

responsihte, ;r ' ! 

Re^lerences re«.. M 

303-1176 alt,. 6 p,.m. 



Mobil 

CASHIERS 

We have FT'PT positions 

available at area locations 

m Hoflman Estates, 

WEO'FFER,: 

•Compt'titive wao,e9 

Patd Holidays 
.•Bonus B^ucks Prgm. 

And much more 

Please call Mary # 
310-8440 



iGRAPHiCS PERSON 
needed at The Harbirwjer 
Great tun. qtedl p<»^,v^ 
great eipenence, Cr" 
Oooq @ 39 7 •:!!-- ■'- 
2461 , 

A T A ENTRY/ 

WOnDPHX:ESSIWG 
needed tor special proiecls. 
Six months e«,perience Atl 
systems needed, UnKorce 
Temporary Services - 
980^^8900, Saturday 

appts. available 



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WAITRESSES. COOKS 4 
lountain people needed. 
Days & mow, positions 
available. Salary open. 
Only mature persons need 

•apply • Swensen"s ice 
Cream » Hestaurani,.' 1602 
E Algonquin Rd 

Schaumburg 397 4414 



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■.•■"NT HOMES tiom 
•:, Delinquent 
i,;i,* properly. 
Repo^ssessions. C^all 805^ 
687-6000 Eit, GH^^IOSS 
lor current repo list. 

AUTOMOBILES 

G0VERNME,NTSE,1ZED 
Vehicles fro^m $100. 
Fords. Mercedes, 
Coweltes. Chevys. 
Surplus, Buyers Guide (t) 
805-6876000 E«l. S- 
1053 

■84 BLACK FIERO 
Fudy lo,udi?d. e,«c. cond,, 2 
new iirc;s, low mileage. 
Asktr^g $5.200,,'OBO. Call 
Kim @ 870^^032t. 

■■76 MERCURY COUGAR 
350 CU engine, 74.000 
mi. White •(•'green mt. 



For Sale 

MODEM 

1200B hall siie board for 
leading edge tB^M and 
compaiibtes. Hayes 
co-mpalibte. Only used one 
semester. Asking $100. It 
interested call 529-0116. 



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Dtm Tanya 

How ttie H • are you? 
How's Northern'' Don't 
torget why you're there 
{L3'r^ v^iss you're 

we:' -tnd no one 

w^ears those karate shoes 
the way you do (Laughl). 
Call me sometime, at home, 
when you're in town 
"Auntie" 

To Randy 

Ace 21 3 Thursdays - How 
bouf we get togeitier? 
Signed, The girl next door. 

To Th» Harper Hawks 

To all you cute guys on the 
Football Team, you're 
awesome! Ugly ones need 

not respond 
Signed. An Admirer. 

Honey Unit 

Let me show you how much 
) love you. Pick me up at 8 
p.m, - O^ur place^ Tuesday, 
don't be late. 
Signed. The Kid 

Hey Greek 

You know who you are and I 
know who you think you 
are. so lets cut the B,S, agel 

do^wn to it I 

Hey 

•Scott Barn tart where's 
the money you owe me ? I 
want my live bucks 



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Hawks in opener 



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l»Mc(iito»Bs *m i,he re win <>( 
iMovm i,,.,J Harpfr'* ,„,„„«, 
Uw *« due in Btrntm 
Imehitkei Hans Parhlcr *ten he 
mien.x.pit.:,JiiSnv*T(B,w 




_ ■ trap*.,: I.J, UbIih DawTt 

Just sav no to 

drugged out 
athletes 

ij R.vnn ntusckarit 
%<irt<i Kilttnr 

h«.U Nil there Awlil not h.- m mm mV^^rTn,'. *"',"''" 

-«a...on. The.,.., «Si:::t^ii:i*r;r:'2 

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, i»n»n*. whti are iixj ncjii 



.-..•i»..,.c-.ua a ■,rn.iiij tint 
*••> PJ' prohnMoMl mil 
sBimip oui dni,t ai„,„e ,.n(m.,j. 

■i.tad tadj.1.,, « rf y«, „« ,m,ig,r,.:xl >..urH-lt ru,„: 

", ■ '*'»*:»«"• know how mpmtmi pr., . . : , 

^>!. nr I hen- mto ,iirf «;t>m«m iimM . 



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'■ *'••! m ihc lir\i, hall 
The •..■,, .,,,([ .,^, 



fw" Lite m the ttiiid. 

The winntni; tmj' 
GW* off iij a 35,„y»,t pa,. „,,„, 
W.mi i« Hirris (ihe e,ini jurmi 
failed) »ith l,„j, „mj, ,,f, ,,,,, 
H,ii|«-r 111 nuke i come bj»,k 

The l!j«i,-, »,ii „. ,„ 
pK'k np the ; ,,, 

ioliei thit Sji^ . 



Field- 
house 
Theatre 



*,» Mjrim 

<l l'>>«-nij-inifn In prlnii 

Hlmicharif 

lipjii teeomtiKf *< Stmrb Ednoi 
•' "«^ Hiirtwufer 1 dtvuW, thai nm 
even-one kno*v the defmiiioiTi 
'■" »">irir of «,(»e words thji / ,,11 
'^•■■.r.i,.n (il,,;- til, u,,,. 

'■' "■ »llJl 

• »«' .)■: Ill jnd^ of my p,,w.,iw»n 
M»iiWii; nnicircin*. ,. Mr» and 
iimtp •(■man j a^^ 
Here are ihM weeks *«»nl( : 



sieiUK.t 
Alifi. 



ll«iH'»=Miint» 
klltlcd-Cirtll "- 



tmhtif 



Bill 



D'olfari.tl 
kitiKktil a'ut 
te««h 

htatta imdlv 
WllUain 
l*«rrf 



Here are «>me «.irnples ib«| m ■ 
tc* clever »enlent:ei: 

I|>aidCiwl)Br«lvA,ny-(,vc 
HOSES <o„.i2sxmi3:Bohhv, In 

the enwiinit meJa: (hiM) 
fiLlIEIiCinrfy-* eElli and 
Idk her like aiMttjnan 
aliuiht wpcmiarkci. 




ifes>i«iftaitcv 



'■*;'"'■ ■ ^l'^'»*-f-imeoiHaII 

''' '!i«i' 111 trcshmcn .ramr"* 

'■'P* htn Gnind Rapid* (reshrnen c . m.-rh* i 
'11 1 tiiver a picte of pafier » ,t,h ,S.a>u-h uroc 
^ ■- irying 10 vnareolTenavc sur Brci Vel,]c 
- '•• ■>;.. .'.*l some prohlrins Biciinn ud hl»-ks nn 
™nn.n| 4»n,. few- ci^rhing A* ail ar«.nd d^^cllk '^' 
I he Hawks Ne* iwo itorin« opiwriuniues One a fi™ »n-i 

S STlI-T *'"' ?"^' »' '^ "> " *1'f-S« 'nS S 

2T^.lld1n.^ TV 'T;"'* " "•"'*" **^-"' """^ *' »*ve 
mai Matted iniide the Grand Rapids iwcniv Both were m,«,v( 
opp«mm,i,es that eoa the Hawk. *arij 

Alia sijcnding m;aily iwo qumek of imashinit Grand Ranid*' 

"lawk "'■*' *'"" *****•''' '" ■■■• '*'■ "«• '^'O'-* "f U^ 

">( tipi.ii r«, n«, W,.,m *m-llfd.l,-Mnni,<m for ihi- Ha«'k>. 

mumZ '^":' '^" "■'*^^ "'"• '^"'■' '"«W»*"^ ami 144 yards 
l^iom, in K.rrk ....r lun 4>.,n,,„ w.a, W„.n hrt and Hawk Q B 

I hall Ha»ij iried 10 pby keep away a 

*orkeil If m,« for Wmn's broken p)av 

wore ihen- lirii uhm. Mown , *^ '^ ' 

The Hawk* did everything t.- 

'fi<" Hj*k JtttTixut wa\ Ifd : 
M.il»ui..i,;.. ■ T..„, s„..,,„ ,-h,(,^ , 

S""-"''' '.!« atciiynn 

l>"lMriJ. , mwHmmy. 



^ did nolliinfc lo win 

-le" Paul Claps and 
' - "'■^«n ific ruririing 

•Ji, kv .1 pioic 



Leaders of 
the pack 



■ Kl<>iniul<n 



Hi I hil» 
M.ff Hrllfr 

The HaqK-i Coltcce Cross 
iouniry learn panitipaied' in ihe 
Wauhonsiv frmuuonal. the »iir 
Of Ihe (iirM major meet of ihe 
Maton. 

The meet lined oui 10 fe 
apreviru ,,( n,.. -u-asoi, lotonie, 
'**"l"* ■• ".■ all the mens 

tCatlr- . \( 4 

'"'"" '"•« atid Brian 
^*ildM>fl, h,af|H;r\ f.? Cri'K* 
Country men. led Hjiit.-r.. t,..„ri 
wd eat* wne mdn 1. 1 n., [ t, ., ■( ><i ,>; ., 

1 f(;i 



KwiitholT siak-d m ai founh, 1.., , 
Hcinv hree/cd 111 10 Mth, CJir. 
Swcir/hinski at 44th. and Oin 
Coi,si4-»|H>ulos al 4Mh, 

Haipcr icam stored a total 
<il 131) points, the Uilal ol all ol 
their finishing places added 
logeihcr. which waj good for 
f'lth place. The lop four |*iccs 
rwcivediearoirciphjci. 

The pack lejid by tams and 
Kwiichofl have faith they will 
qualify foi ihe national meet in 
^* '•• emher, 

Itw ninnin" Hawks wdl go 
"•■ ihi- North Park Open ,.n 

' •[■(.-■inlXT 1 7[h 



Byron's 1988/89 
FootbaJI Picks 



I ft-m lT.:infisc«,i4<>crs 
- ^'cu ( tilcms Saints 
' 1j"i Arii.;flcs Rams 
■1. AiJam.1 f-.ilcims 



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-- MinticMiia Vtkings 

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- "*""* >'i>rK CJianis 
' I'f'iadi-lphia l'{.igles 
■J, Dallas rem hoys 
5 I'huenm Cardinals 



-AFC WKSI 

! l>cn\Tr Broncos 
^. Seattle Scali.,iuks 

.V l.os .Anj.'! '.■■■.. t' I..I." 

4. San Die, 

5- Kansas <.,,.; , ,; , 

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i Hoi.Miir, Oilers 

? Cincinnati Bcn,i:.ils 

' rifv'flani! Hii.u!iv 

■1 I'tllshuri: 

1 Buff. t!c. Hills 

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i'k. Jels 
-'■ ^ew fir,{;lan.i I'jlritils 
.'>, Mi.imi Dolphins 




Ill 



VOL. 23 NO. M 



WiWM ttaimy Harfwr t'nllrtc The lljrbiiiKrr Srptfnihtr :2, IVKX 

Pslatint, illiatii* 



Faculty 

Strike 
Over? 

Page i 



"Rainmakers storiTi' 
Harper* Rainmaker's 
debut concart at 

Harper 

Page 4 



Harper Hawk 
Football doubles 
over Joliet 

Page 8 



Night descends on Harper Library's 
new exterior staircase 




Faculty 
strike 
over? 



IBM offers students 
40% discount 



B)' Dvuglai lif 
Kdltar ■■ Chur 

The Harprc Colfcfc l-tfuliy 
■ay tavc a iwti-yeir eonir*..! h> 
Fri«l»j', Scpi. 3(1 ifcwdmi lo 
fuciilty member and studcni 
liaisOT:. Mar>' Jo Wilti*. 

The faculty awl *« Harper 
Board of Tfustees reached a 
Btiljiliw lwo-ye« setUement altfr 
nine houn of negotiating during 
Ibeir fbuilh meclinK. 

The igrtcnent will he 
finaliied IDiliiy and preaenKd lo 
the rat:uhy lot aijfuoval duriiig 
IhC' wetk of Se'prmber 26. The 
boifd mist j|ivc ihe fiicutiy two 
dayi to read and vote on the 
ctmnct. 

The faculty was originaily 
ailiinf lor an K.4% nicreau m 
lalwy, aulomaiK promtHion to 
filll profetsor, better early 
letiiemem and sick leave henelkt, 
and better overkwd pay 



The faculty aide then first 
puMic show of concern by 
picketing the Atig. Board of 
TrustiscsmcTtmg, 

By the end of the leccmd 
meeting the faculty »rre ttill 
unsaiisfied with the botid's 
moveaeiil. They began 
circulatinnof infonnaticinal llyers 
to students The flyer aviteil 
students to sign a statement of 
coticeni and turn it in to the 
pretiaient's office. 

After the first three 
negotulion meetings the htisiid 
and faculty were stil! f.ir fioiii a 
selllcmcni. Conti-rn about a 
faculiy *alk oiu »as jirowing as 
plans were made lur ii strike 
workshop 10 piep.iTt- (.kuhy if 
maJten did rnn impnive,. 

Now, o\ct li'iur »*cck.s since 
Ihe LiiuUv ■.n:i'c ortguially 
work' I a contract, a 

settlci,. -.-coming. 



•l Hark Micbeltnt 
Staff Writer 

The Harper ('(illci,'. 

Bookstore. in conjuncinm wuh 
IBM Corptifatitm. no* ullcjc .< 
dtscouni 00 IBM conipuicn awl 
coniptilCT pnjdtrts. 

Eligihilily lor a ■JO* 
drscouni on scire led iii*ms 
extends tu any lull or parl'-wric 
Haiper faculty member, staff, 
siudrm. or adimmsirator. There >s, 
lM>wew.r, a Utnit of one computer 
pirr person. 

Sine-.; July l,:». 1V88 when 
ihc IBM purchase plan began at 
Harper, the kx,:* store has sent 
purchase orders al two- week 
lalerv'tli lo participating IBM 



An 'information pa-ckct arid 
ordering Ibrm can be ohuined 
from Ihe N'K'Jksiorc <)fTi»,'e during 
regular hours. Iri..luilf.l m ilie 
packet isOfdmnji insirucimnv, a 
umpic ortliTr form., a itiscilaimer, 
and a list of a-uihoriied IBM 
deaten. as welt as an optional 
coniptnef meed-s s«lf-a!ses.smcnt 
form and a complete product^irice 
lisi of all available equipmem. 

Any interested member of 
Hai'per College should, upon 
attaining an information packet, 
chixB* a compuief or computer 
product lo suit his person.3l 



The form entitled Individual 
Ccmptilcr Needs S«K-as.sessmcnt 
which IS provided in the packet 
sctu's IS a guide lo chtxising a 
computet. The guide is based on 
Ihe user's computer knowledge. 



iLs imrntted use and the cost. Ttw 

p-uimg Com m nice 

■ ■ I *m ami provides a 

i.l.-uiii,'i,) ti^i.il reference material 

>'i[i DIM lompuleis. 

Ptkh to ordering a com[mia. 
an appnivcd IBM dealer must alsi> 
he chosen, There are 20 
authoriwid vencJcrs .kK:.ated in ihe 
HarjKr distncl all of whom are 
IBM Ceilificd Educstion 
Specialists, A list -of phone 
numbers is supplied in ihe 
packet Information on other 
approved dealers can lie obtaj.ned 
from the 'hocikstoie crffice. 

The sample order fomi in the 
packet vtiould he filled oul with 
as much information as possible 
before ordering the e({uipment. 
This includes necessary 
idem I fie all on, the spec if ic 
compuicr and dealer which have 
been chosen and the intended 
melhtxlof i»iymciit. 

The bookstore will not 
accept rash. Only checks, money 
orders and certain cn-dit cards will 
he accepted. 

Upon ordering the 
eduipment, the completed sample 
order form, along with prope,r 
Harper identification and payment 
should he presented. A 
disclaimer, relieving Harper of 
responsibility for supplying, 
delivering, shipping and servicing 
the computer must also be 
signed. 

The eijuipmeni can he picked 
up about four to eight weeks later 
from the deatef. 



$50 for 
Fest 
King 

H> DoU'Clis Kiy 
f:dlt<>r-lii-<'lilrr 

Foi miiiv ce.iri the H.irfH-r 
C'oH- , : '.Hiecn hjs 

g(Hh. 'his year 

For liic nrsi time Sludent 
Activities will spi:insor the Fall 
Fcsuval King. 

To qualify for Fall Festival 
King candidates must be full or 
part-time students, active on 
campus and in the college 
community and mierested in a 
SSOcashpri/e 

Candidaics may apply 
imhvidually or may he sfxmsored 
by a club. If a dub sponsors a 
wmner itiey also nxeive SW. 

The royal couple will he m 
dividually judged on appearance, 
poise and personality, their iniei- 
vicw wiih Ihe selection oimmit- 
lee. and participation in college 
ami/or community activities. 

Nominations for the queen 
were held through yesterday, but 
ihc deadline for nominations for 
the king will c«iend through 
Sept. 26. 

Screening wil! begin Sept. 
id- 28 and the rinal selet-tion will 
be made on Sept. 29. The king 
and queen will be announced at a 
Fall Festival activity to be 
announced. 

For more information or 
applications see Susiin McGiniy 
al Ihc Student Activiiics Office 
A316. 



Features 



Tht Harbini^r September 11. 19IS 



ptge 1 



Astronaut scheduled to land 
at Harper Campus 

Harrison Schmitt of Apollo- 17 mission to speak at Harper 



SUIT Wrlur 

Hearten it|iKC 
ftaMi oglcrs m4 hmixtm 
cipwionisit. 

On Tliartday Ociofcer 6 
icteaiisi, lenatoi 
•Jack" Schmiii of ihe 
AfoUo n miiaion 10 iIk Mcxiii 
mill vnit timpa Colkgc lu (<«« 
a 'IM mMc iKtiire in IwihJiiii I 
MM 143 ■ l:(M)|i'.iii. 

Scliinm will lalk alMMl hii 
eapmences in ihe space prainni 
in ■ lectiife entiUed 'America't 
Futofe III Space.* 

Followittt SclMiitis lee- 
nac a taal-iaiwii dimm will Ik 
ImM in. hit iHMir ai Sa«c'« in (he 

Tlie. 

7S WcJi Algonituin Rcmd in 
ArltngUMi Height) with dinner 
■clMliilcd ffwm felOpm lo 
tfttWp-in. The ikmanoiB o( S50 
pm pentm •ill all go lowifid itie 
new obfcnauiry wtiich tx being 
ptamwd (gr Hai|Mr. 

SclMiiil iraincd a« a 
genloglH and Kieniisi at the 
California Iniiituie of 
Technology, as a Fulbnghi 
mntvenny M <Hlo 



■nd earned ha PhD at llamrd 

Uiuvemity. 

Hfe MRgt with him a host 
of (Hher ia«inipti!Jhmcnl» hcjide* 
hit fcjit (M being the List man m 
•lep l«H on the Moon The 
Apollo 17 mission wai the rinul 
voyage 10 the Moun^ 

His siudici of the Valley of 
Taurui-Liuro* on Uie Moon in 
1972. as well ai hi* earlier 
icieniiftc work, made Sehmrti 
one of Ihe leading eipem on the 
hittory of tertestrial plmet* 
(■hme. in the enth's galuy). 

Schtniil then went on 10 
otgimue and direct the icuvijii:* 
of the Scientist- Aiiroruui Office 
iwd of the Eneigj rtogram Of Ike 
(ofNASAJranWSl'JT'i 

In If»76. Sthmw won ■ icai 
oti Ihe linited Stales Senate 
nttvemtling New Memo There 
he chiired the Senate Ctunmeree 
Commiliee'i SiA-Commttiw on 
Science. Technology and Spate 
and the Senate Apfwopriations 
Commiuee * Suh-Commiuee on 
Labor , Health and Human 
Scrw'Ki!* and EdiK-ation. 

Currently he lenres at a 
iTH-nitier of iJie Amy Science 
Buirii an J *■> wiisuluni iiv ihe 



National Siraicgic Maierialu and 
Minerals Proiram Ailvuory 

Comtnittec 

"'H«won 'lack' Schmiil is a 
jienwnal hero of mine and I'm 
really eiciieil ahoui h» coming 
all llic way lo Illinois 10 visit our 




college.' claimed Profeswr Paul 
Sipiera of the Asuonomy and 
Geology DcpBitmenls 

Ptofesior Sipiem. who is 

hejiding the Harper College 

Meietmtc Research Group and 

oearteading the drive lo build 






the new olHervalory. believes the 
30 minute lecture followed by an 
open question and answer formal 
promises to he very inietesting 

"It's going to be good. * 
aiKuied the professor, 'we invite 
everyone and hope ihey will 
come." 

'Most astronauts arc military 
tea pilols by profestion who ire 
then trained 10 do specific ia.ilu 
for the space misMon Harrison 
"Jack'Schmitl, however, is 
unusual. He was the first and 
only person selected by NASA 
few the Apollo programs who was 
not 1 miliur) test pd(X. 

Instead, he was a scientist 
t»y profession who then was 
laughi 10 Hy and pihjt the Lunar 
Mcidule for the Mjxwi mission," 

"This whole thing is great. 
Ni)i only is Schmiu coming here 
to viMt. but he s alsti helping us 
build oiirobscr\'3iorv." ctclaimcd 
Sipiera. 

Siptcn ts also promising 10 
mount a very clever and unusual 
'Buy - A - BiKfc Campaign" to 
gamer the rest of the money 
needed fo finance the observatory. 

The planned observatory. 

bimc^ied with the donation of a 

■■■■■■■■■^■■lllllllll I ■ 



l2-inch reflector telescope by the 
Dupont family, will be a major 
coup for Harper College. 

According lo Professor 
Sipiera. "The telescope will be 
able 10 se« all the way 10 Pluto 
and provide encellcnt dcuilcd 
viewing of all Ihe planets and the 
Moon." 

This new facility will allow 
Uk college to meet the re<)uesis 
of a growing number of students 
who would like to add 
observatory eipcricnce lo 
existing science courses. In 
addition. It would make it 
possible for the college to offer 
an iidvanced ctMirse in astronomy 
Harper would also he able 10 
share its cosmic advances with 
other Kientiftc groups in the 
Chicago area for icaeandL 



For more information about 
the lecture or to make 
reservations for the October 6 
dinner honoring Harrison H 
Schmiu, call Paul Sipiera at the 
college. W-iOOa exi. 2726 or 
2375. 



Sexual Responsibility 
Sept. 26-29 



Week 



I thmtU It woutd never 

I tone. . 
'Have you ever been picitimd 
into unwanted sei by a dale., 

tiieod or acqMtmancc'' Have you 
evei said *mo* and had you 
laaiiMs linoniff 

This IS what's called 
■painiaKe ra|K and studies show 
that It occurs mtnc frequently 
■mong college students than any 
other age giwip It can happen 
anywhe«.. ai anytime, to anyone 
and Ihe piyelMlogtcat effccta can 
he devastating! 
* AiialBtaact tttpt' 
Mnndav, Stpi. 1* 
l:M|»a la M*i 
Gina Lumpkm of Northwest 
AcMM Againsi, Rape will di«us» 
"AHaaintance Rape." us 
pcweiMiiMi and. how and whea> to 
ftl help when it occiifi. 
•Wi mot Alway* 
A S*(a*lly 
TraDtnllltd Dtitatt* 
Wtifawday, *«pl, 1* 
tiMaa In A 14:1 

Dr Jeffrey lohMMW. 

Gynecologist, will discuss 
■varoius seiually trmsmmcd and 
non-s«»uatly related m* ■ • 
their symptom*, cu- 
methods of 'pirvention , 

*A«1>S! fa*t» V'm UW 
T»*'iid«|. S»n. V 



I iOtfrn la AMI 
•■d agala aai 
Wedwidai. f>rt. S 
l:Mfa la A141 

There is one sexually 
nnoiniUed di'dcase fcv which 
there is no cure « vaccine-- 
AIDS. A penon infected with 
AIDS may have no lyropujms 
but can spread lite diaeaK lo both 
men and women Uirough 'SCxual 
contact An estimated 1 ,5 million 
peopk in the VS. are infected 
with Ihe AIDS vmis. 

Jack. Doherty will discuss 
these and other AIDS-telaied 
(opKs in his lecture. 
'If Y<m r»rf-Viia*rt 
C ■refill: r«rr»mt Birth 
Contriil Mtthiid** 
Wednesday Sept. II 

You don I take chances it 
you care about youi scxuality^- 
y«i noed 10 be careful, especially 
in you choice of birth congiil 
methods. The return of imra- 
uienne devices, new tow dose 
pills, condoms and other currenl 
methods of birth control will be 
diKussed by Barhaca Michelin, 
CnKsnads Ctimc. 

During .Sexual HespTnst'" 
iH,|,ity "W'eek. Septeium-,! 26, ,24. 
tfom 10:10a,m lt> l'(H>i:!ni, visit 
the information table in the 
Siudtnt Cen«r. Buikting A 




Mofper College Preservts 

"Nutritioii, 
Fitness If 
Body Fot" 

o lecture by 

Covert Boilev 

TuMdov, S«ptMnber X7 

7 30 pm J143 

TkMts Ifi HoipwStudBnB 
IJ Oth«r StwJems 
fd Pubk 



Ca«J«7..!000, 



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OniorM t>i Stua'l>nl ActuiliBS 



W,il..:iP' R3'-'ie, M!i:per Coilnaa 




Editorial 



T1i€ Htrmofsr S«l»««'«'»"" IJ' """ 



papa 



Letters to the E ditor 
Prison pen-pal 

It IS in the mm c* itiorak 
iliM I nm eoncetned wiili lie 

HHMi Fftnkly. ihu place ii 
imWicviible ■itiJ m ni»hl wltim 

our mail u beiKf PMm4 out I 
finil nyseir siandtni wouRd 

WMtiili ind •ishing bir i k-ttcr 
Ikit never seem* to irrive. 
Believe me. il becomei »cr| 
distuftiini ilier awhile, 

I would like very much ft* 
yvn wt pfiM my I't*" Pt'hajtt 1 
will let lucky md wmcone 
migM decide la write. I will 
iiBwer all kt(e« m I uuty wnii 
Mid mtd your Inendthip! 
.Sinccfvly. 
Bill S. Sjiiia 
llf you or* mirremd « writing 
Biti SWF h lit Marbmxtr <9(* 
mil M^it pmymlm oMrtaJ 



I Bn wTiting Mi MIC* >■> 
hopH that you will awisi ">« i"» 
my unrcHtunatc silnalion. 1 tm 
ciimstly terving • 12 ye* 
teniencc tat Imrglaiy aiKt I 
haven't rck any ■'^ Cricaitk M 
ax ilM(v in Die rice ««I4 

It teems ts Uiontli <■>« 
iMiMlt I did have only ^mmA m 
hMg M' I cauM pay *e «al> w 

WitniaBcisataU.lainaH 
|Hr 014 Kwgarta umIc wuh 
twiiw* ha.if. hmm eyes. S* T 
tan. and weifh 1(i$ pnonds. 

I have many inieieiti and I 
iry to tale advantage o( every 
opportunity to keep myscH 
■wiitally alloai aiid » *«"« 



Faculty vs the Board 

(sheath your weapons) 



togetltei that we make Harper a 
hciMvolciit academw. community 
Ate speaking with a teacher 
who hat been here al Harjiei (w 
U years. I diKovercd ihai ilii* is 
the first lime this type of conllit i 
has ever reached ih« intcnstly 
level ii is now m. 

Suapge. isn't ijT Mere we lie 
with a ten million dollar lurplus. 
a new otnervaiory hcmg built and 
still noi enough money lo pay 
«m faculty an e<|uiiaMc lalary. 

Because of ihe lack ol 
cooperatioo. foolhall players may 
lose possible scholarships 
Students wishing to transfer (w 
the spring semester Of even (or 
neil fall will be behmd in aedils 
and ihcrtfoce will be torced to 
postpone their fulurc Students 
who work full time who have 
■nnged their demanding schedule 
in order lo continue their 
educalian. have watted valuable 
lime. 

Through negotiation, a 
reaaonable solution can be 
devised. I hope that classes will 
not he iniemiiHtd because of the 

lack of coopei»tion We are ihe 

'it i* noiihe building itseU f<^«'* ■Without the quality 
UMimakat Harper College one ol education dial is now of feted « 
Oie hett. If not Lkl beii Harper, die future m dirt. 

commnMycailegeinihe nation. *J!lSS!V,,,.,n,« 
It Ii die dedication oldie teachers Colkcn Jennmgs 

Imd mif. .1 « the pr.de and Bioh^y ma^/pre med 

school iplril of ihe sBidenii. ii la 

Response 

I am Sony lo say thai lieiwcen myself and ibe Student Trususe 
only tiKj lellen were leeeived concerning the negotaliOTS 1 thank 

yott (or your concern which I am confideM many other students 

'Foftiinalety. il appean iheie will he no strike. However, let's 
hope 'that the contract was not the only Ihing resolved. You 

lioiK-.hed on a very imiponant lopn-, ""The idea ol unity to H-en 

"it the taculry md hoard, oai 'md, iiniie and lededitiie thcmwlvw 
10 shared lovcmance. 1 have doubts this colk-gc *iU upt»>l(t n\ 
leputttion (or "acaitemic escelltnc:e" , li will delimicly be- 
Miicrestiinf lo lee whai agfoemeni llicy have mclKd! 

Doutl'M Ray 

Cdliur-lathlir 



'Pear EdMor, 

TUc odNi day while dHliint 
10 my clans. I was handed a new* 
Iciier by a member of tne Harper 
fKiilly This news lellcr mfciwed 
IBC of a possible sinke This ol 
(MOM would mean NO CLASS' ! 

AMHMgh a few une»p«cl«l 
days off in the middle of die 
ictneucr would cenainly he jusi 

1 1 need to lecover from the 

I nf school siartuig. 1 

I UmW. Illif issue is of a 

"nMDngh die years Haipcr haa 
dcvetoped a repuialion ai an 
cscaUciM academic community 
tumrn- *"!•' Haf**' ••acheri, 
rt. Mff aiO Die 
. iMfilNiie key pans 

J nvpei College what it 

il. the iilM^ of unity has been 
loM and a foi* of diciaionliip 
'teiakcoiiS' place- 

The dedication of each 
mcniiicr of die Iteper staff is 
■py ihmjMb . Thiiinie a salary 

mmm fll'4« cmnpnui » alwy 
lieiHMt gl other janiof coHegea 
of up ID •% u most xlefinaaely 



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with our mom 



By I..II BrnaaMaa 
Staff Cffiluaialsl 

Where would America he 
widKNit electricity'? I wondered 
this as I aiiemplcd wniing 
wiiliout the benefit ol a. 

Oat wonderful thing about 
having your power go tail, ii that 
it five* yt)u a reason to meawn. 
ite value of a 

Ttle only draw back lo 
nneasunng Uw value ol eleclncity 
when you dooi have it. is thai ii 
Hikes so much longer to perform 
a basic la.* wiihowt elccinciiy. 
OIK no longer has die linse lo 
(Kiider on aicb a noesuon. 

Actually, laii point 
ctmsidertd. one would Uiink ihat 
with ihe golden age c4 ctettnciiy 
we wouM he noabitag Uie period 
of enlightemneiil 'now as opposed 
iohunilmliory«iniai|(>. 

Alas, in this age of 
electroHK; glow, we aie all but 
enligliienrd. 

How valuaWe is etalriciiy 
in die event o( a power loss when 
one's lop priority becomes 
getting il back? 

And what are we willing to 
endua- lo gel qui powcf back? 
Calling ilie electne company 

It is at this point one 
discovers lhat Die phone call (If 
answered) will use more energy 
'lliM wiM il B«Qcas«y lo power 
one's houaehold. 

The ptocesi of answering 
your call IS m foUowt: 

I . After 5 minute* of hearing 
the delightful sound of the 
lelephone nnging. your call will 



be aiswcfed by a compuieriied 
message which will inform you 
that your call will be handfcd by 
die first avaibWc opcfMnr. 

2 After another 5 tninuie 
delay, the nest response will 
come (mm a leixirding (computer 
operated of course) which will 
inqaire if you arc calling io lepon 
an uMerrupuon of yo« service 
If y«f. you arc to press al on 
your toudiioiie. 

It IS M this point that you 
will lealiic thai your prionucs 
are completely out of louch 
because you will either find 
yourself praising ihc Lord 
because you have a louih-ione, or 
cursing the devil and his luck 
because you still haven't 
convened tmm renary dial, 

3. If you aie blesjed wiib ihe 
good fortune of having a touch 
tone phone, you will be greeted 
thoitly. 5 mmuies shoniy. by a 
real voice, llnforiunatcly this 
will only lollo* ihe 
compuieri/cd concerto ol "1 ihink 
1 Love Yau" on the synthetic 
tcconlion. 

4. The voice of the real 
penon on the oihei end of ihe 
lelephone will ask you if you are 
expertencmg a loss of electricity. 
K) which your answer is to be 
ves Befnre you can even begin to 
wonder why you bothered gelling 
all bent out of shape over your 
rotary dial phone, you will italifc 
thai you arc hearing that same 
familiar chorus "I think I love 
you. so what am 1 so afraid of .. " 

And you know you are afraid 



diat you may never get off the 
Ijhone. have clamcily again, or 
he able lo gel the droning sound 
of lhat confounded melody out of 
your mind. 

5 After the passing of 
another S minuics, a fraoled 
voice matcnali/es. and il seems 
to sound a liille too much like 
Kieth Paitndge after a fighi widi 
Danny iXki you suppose this 
could be some sort of brain 
washing uctic used by the 
electric company for the Mile 
puipoie of confusing people ') 

Gelling hack to the process. 
Ihc owner of this voice will 
reiiucst your name, address, 
ulephone number, and report that 
the previous call had just 
inltwmed them of the same power 
loss troubling yuui area-Thank 
vou 

As you hang up the pbtine. 
one is slill uncertain as to 
whether or not one < energy need* 
will be fulfiUcd. 

My answer lo this dilemma 
IS lhat nothing is worth all this 
effort although. I tend lo believe 
that ihe average American could 
not jurvive without clccuicily. 
this columnist included, and we 
just can't afford lo irish Ihe 
whole system. 

So. if you loic your power, 
jusi relas. kick back, and let 
some other responsible person 
become fra/./lcd over it This ii 
the only chance the world gives 
you lo stop, get off, and take a 
hieak-^njoy! 



Harbinger 



William Rainey Haipcr College 

laWW Algonguinroad 

Palaone. IL 60067 

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Chn. Coik^lus. M«ry Fmlon, -Survf Hill. 
Ttwiy Hobsl. Mam 1st. '"me* Umh»io». 
B.iib Michdmi Scou NtidL Mikr Put. 
Sndy Sslviifwt. Witlism A, Slotle. Peder 

.Swerncy 

Thu HAKBINfiEW n ihe nudoii puhlksuon for ihe H.,ritei 
CoWeie i-amput »mmmi'y. pi.Wfhe.1 ""klj "'fP' ''""•'« 
tielidsvs «nd finsl esimi All t^imom etfitetwl « d»i« ol thi 
wTiier »d m.i Mt«i«ilv INm of the cnlkRe, .» ■taini.iT.iK.t., 
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Rainmakers storm Harper 




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INDIGOS OPEN FOR RAINMAKERS 



The Chitiifo »m««I land The 
IndigM will optn fof The 

Himmiik(T<: Prithy. Si-pu-mK-r 

30. ai K il« () 111 tn ) i-t < 

Audiioiium l'iikcl\ .«f Mill 

iivailaWe iM the ta» cifTier , 

Sin(>CT^<«¥fj;wrncr/guiUiri:!il 

rigwnterAiwiii 

Jremmer Bill 

> i,i), -■■ 1 - B,il 

< "lit ! . ,«(• 

" ' ■••• ill ite 

I Li«liicetl ■ 

I heir M'mg 



"Union SuiiuMi". ihcn an al'hum 
l)j' ihc sime Ittte, luvc pla:^id 
tuch hip twrx uid ctuhs ax 
Giispiir's. M.em). and I imetighr 

'The band is even working on a 
half- hour video fof Ciblenel. 
which i» 10 he nhmmd m 
Fdmiaiy. 

Tlie hand'!! kikimwr ntniei 
(rom old Hcalte* ("Pleaue. 
PleiWi. 10 R.E.M. C'TlMrOncI 
' .ind swinging to 
' 'il iiruf Smuticrccn* 
■■ • ■- iiiimifif" and 'Bhmt 



And Roses'). 

"1 ihink there'* hil malerial 

on o«ir album. "" ays Wtmchous*:. 
who also happen* lo he tlif 
let-ond in comnuind of Alligator 
Recordji, the Indigos new found 
label, "It's jusi a mailer of 
Ktiltng tl inio the nghi people s 
hands. You know when 
anicthinti'i hji|ypening." 

The Indigos arc lryin|, lo gel 
tlietr retord imo people's hands, 
iind an: hoping ihal s^me of them 
will he flarijcr siudenb 



'Dream' is "Rocket's best" 



Hi >.|»vr Hill 
MjI'I VVrit»r 

1.0 vt and Rncltels, 
"Ntventh Urcani of 

Ternat* Hfavcn" 
Btiears Baaqiitt/RCA 
RecTass/flt 

This is not a new album. 
Laai year Love and Rockets 

K-tHcd a big success wiih iheir 
ibird album eniiiM "Earih Sun 

,Mo<,)H" . sa RCA, the. wise prollt- 
motived company that ihey are, 
decided thai it was finally tunc, u 
reteaM the debut album fnam the 
hand. 

'Scwnih Drejm oC Teenage 
Heaven" sees its first American 
reieas<- m ii fomi slightly dillefeni 
from the original impjrt-onty 
vcrsttm which wa.s released first 
in IW-^ To Hon with, the song 
order has tiiiidcruone minor 
changts. Nem. there is a 
pt«viotisly uniKlejisetl track. Then 
ihcrc IS a track or iwo missing 
(their fovet of the Temptations' 
Ball of Conteion' was put on 



US versions of W86's "t,«()rcs,s", 
(heir Kcond album, so it was Icli 
off of this one where it telongsi. 
Finally, ibcre is a shoncr ti-mn 
ol 'I>og-End of a Day Cone By", 

Confuted'? I am. 

Now about the music. . . oiH 
of their three albums, this is 
Love and Rock,ci.s' finest 'Dog- 
Erlnd ol a Day Gone By" has a 
dnving. consiani drumbeat that 
pfrcussion fans will enjoy, The 
tille track is a pleasant little 
song, but what foilows is even 
bciier. 

'HaunKd When the Minutes 
Drag' ts a pi-tfcci song; one of 
tbctr hesi ever. And ,)usi when 
you ttMimght that il cimldn't get 
any bctlcr, akmg tomes the last 
track. 'Sauibde', an mstrumcntal 
that even a lover of classical 
music would ap'preciatc. It's quite 
possibly ihf moil t>cauliful 
instrumental cser heard on a ri,it:k 
album 

The other tracks (.such as 
The Game i never appraach ibe 



perfection nl the I'mal Iwo son}:,s. 
but ihey arc all ginul noneih«'les,s 

ftiviil J, ha-ssisl and vocalist, 
has a calm, quiet voice that 
blends wonderfully with Daniel 
Ash s, who alio plays guitar. 
Kevin Haskin.<i on drums rounds 
(Mil this trto that started out yean 
igo with Peter Murphy . . they 

were called Bauhaus, pettapi 
you've heard of ihem. 

For Love and Rockets fani. 
M«k out "The BubMeroen Are 
Cominf", a 12" by The 
Bubblemen, who are actually 
Love and Rockets in disguise 
Check a record store that 
spcciatires in inipons, (It's 
available domesucally. hut harder 
to find ) 

One final «,>lc: I preler the 
import version of this album 
over the new' domestic version. If 
you can find it for a comparable 
price, get ihe import, (Actually, 
tl's worth It U) get any version of 
lh,is excel lent album.) 



RaliBf out of S: 4.5. 



The Knifimtikfrs. with 

in,', .,1.' ,;„■<.!, I'tw Udi^os and 

■ lerrt Hemmrri, 

■ i Ijrpt-r CnlUf-r tin 

I rtdtii Sepiemlvr M.I at HW 

pm tn J!4t iiudilonum 

Guitarist Steve Phillips. 
ba.sstst Rich Ruth and s«:ingwnu;r 
Hob Walkenhorsl found they 
shared common musical interests 
in I'Wt. after each had drifted 
friim hand to band. Ai the time. 
ihcir Kansas City music scene 
»av i\\;i\enng from die remnants 
111 jn urmiicfcsiiiig "Urban 
I'owboy" lad. Survival meant 
L ranking out Top 40 covers in 
hiirs and i luhs m the area. 

We had been playing all 
!hl^ iriiiMi *c didn't like," the 
kind ra.ilk, 's4> we got together 
and siiid No More! We're gonna 
have fun if it kills us!' Thai wa.s 
it. really. It was an aiuiudc that 
*<■ licien'i going ui take it 
anynuirc- We werent going lo 
quil and we weren't going lo hate 
ilanymoR'.' 

In 19S4, the lhrc«si,>me, then 
Imwn as Steve, Bob , ant) Rich, 
recur Jed a sc'tf-prtxluced 10 song 
ir called Halls. It sold 
.•.ir:,ivi, I. ,i,.)| (or a regional 
, ."ivcd widespread 

In order to make the jump 
into the mitionai Rixk n' Roll 



limelight, the h.ind decided two 
fundamental changes had w be 
made. The first was the addition 
of a sit-down drummer. (Up until 
this pi)ini, singer WalLcnhor.st 
4* as playing stand up drums) The 
band lumed (o Iriend Pat Tomek 
on this count 

Second, an image to 
emulate: "We thought of water, 
everybody needs water," Rich 
Ruth says. " It can soothe you. 
satisfy a thirst, but .sometimes it 
can be dangerous or (hri^lcning. 
Thai's up to Ihe laws of nature." 

With that. The Rainmaken 
were bom. 

On the hand's self titled 
debut album, released in I9S6. 
was nddlcd with such topics as 
goverameni waste ("Govennnent 
Cheese"), alcohol abuse 
("Dnnkin On The Job"), suicide 
CDoomsville") and job apathy 
("Rockin At 'The T-Dancc"). 

Since IWh. The Rainmakers 
have relea.sed a second albtim. 
Tornado, which Walkenhorst 
called "somewhere between The 
Wizard Of O/ and the wrath of 
god ' It. too, was met with rave 
critical reviews. 

Ne»t Fritlay's show is to 
combine material from their rirtt 
two albums with tracks they are 
planning to record in the near 
future. 




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iMving a mtxtinj! on W'cdnciday, 
Seineniber 2». ai ; V.) p.m. » |. 
114, Flit mwite tnCormaiion 
ronijct Richarl BallM U 3)11- 

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■ having a mctiinc on 
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p.m. in I CI Mew inemte'i are 
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i-..M>, .fJlt'il 111 llii; Ihlfd 
InicrnaiH'inal Hani1bi."M 
Svmpoiiuin at itie Ifniveniiy ol 
(■>i;icr »nl> 'hell choir* from 
F..n(:lwhl. AiulTilia. Kcirea. latnn. 
Canada awl llic IJwIol Sum In 
.tddition to alieitiliitf c lasses and 
fk-ffamini (m ihe ol'her chotri. 
ilic group piutictpaKd in an all 
ttoiri ttmccri Uftder ihc dirrciion 
ot intctnilionalty known 
condiKion. 

Be I'm f and alter the 
.Svmpmittm. i(ic grmip loured 
I I. I . , ■ ^.^eral 

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large tells in i' ,■ riing 



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iiu imintxisnip n^lis^i^ ^.m 
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ii|xn If al! 
inicir^ud students Tor nu^rc 

mCbrmition on these eveni* 
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For more inl'iirrnauon aNxil the 
Rtlylhm k Moves Dance 
Company amuci (7indy Engtti ai. 
WT VKM'I. Fit ?24! 



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OPEN l-"{)RU'M ON 
ACriVI 
Tlie ChkagB Sjxiee Frontier 
Society, a dwpler ti die Ndiimal 
Sptt« Swiety *i» be hi:>tdin.| a 
mcclitif at l-topcr on Tueiday. 
September I'), at '?::» p.m. in 

The ontoinf deveto^meMi 
and •cii'vitict ol tbc Sowici ipKc 
IWDgiiin will be dimHed. 

He 9calKf tm Ibc cvenmi 
will He Im Swurntki al iMe 



SOX II r si*\» h 

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ChKiaio S|»cc Fninttei Society. 
If you ate iMoeiiiied m ilie .teviei 
space pngmn at ifiace .icieiic* 
and eipioratuM in loienil, jim 
lo luend ihis meeiinf. 

If you. we uMible li> atloiMl 
dill meeting, bui would lile 10 
becenac cilltcf ■» active 
patici[iant in fuiuie evemis m be 
notified of' area acuviMs. cowct 
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tcbedulci. protect es.scnii.al 
iittornaiKm. pravide for 



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N um.be r l.,X.X.(»» to assure 
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2 .* Sludent Senate Meeting 
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help you hutther ■ human betnf mi. of venfeancel 

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rrfrma. m «<y w.y ui«jn ihe h.pp.ne« of another, prepare u, pay dearly fa. .1, Plan 
Z 3 '.1 tecond for the «.t if your l.fe regrcmg ... G<K.d «,.«,« have no need 
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T^m cnme. it „^u .t m, man I'm with would 7?f , ■"" tf'r' ''""J ^'™' 
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«r«... II. m another m a long line of ffonk. .h« Tm «,.ru..mg A, m«,. Wetune 
5 m^ » i.. m.d.c.1 pr"f"»"o That tame nd-culou. ..altauon of Ufe .. whw ha. 
L. y« on *. phone and why you w.ll .ell me how u, «..r Uvt. ^'^'^^^ 
dT ohm; <(w«uj ..(tW '<cond r.l.«ej Wh« will you do whm, tta. .a don., Mr. 

Alsniaa: 111 be teaiing 0* conitury d,Rc<ly from here, i.'i all plarmed. 

Z. m">«'. ^ y«'u «.• M«th. ... ju.t an «gr«..«n. m *« ■«"■"* •'''^/"" "J 
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Dr. mmm: Mr Aiam,., Paul. 1. th.. what Martha -ould mW-t Wha. would .A. 
Ii« ,f .he knew what you were [danmng tt> do 10 Uiia mm-r ^ . ,,^„,rtn«i B«:h 

M.ml.m She would cry lor m. ,u.. .1 I m«J for h« She «-» I underwood «ch 
X, docior. She would .ay that / ... the Bu. vKtun, dial de«li had .pared her the 
Sr^;!Th- the agony of going on don. ... Uk ttw B.g««y. tha.'. wha. .h. «»uld 
uy, docloi (he would cry for ne. 

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E.tWtoiBg iMd gone *. way Faul A«».i«. h«l •mud If the .urgeiy he pertomed 
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SZld bT It .«. BM,ugh tha. an .mb.»l«« had goiurn d« m«, to the ho.pa.1 m time 10 
'mm bl«rfmg mA .,.v* hi. bfr IV d«n.ge .0 h» .pm.l J""* *« .■";!5™"'' 
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It, OiK-n w.. at the climc by the iime .he police .mved and w... .fkr br*r 
questioning, .neiled fo. to. rok in the mii...«.on, AHo « U» dime -«i an •"«•>''=«* 
left bv Paul Alwwan Ii omlimed tevet.l Hem. mc.udmg a cassette r«f...d.ng of Uw 
Sn. call b.tw.«. him.».f md th Ol.cn. . ..inrd full d,.clo.ur. and confe,.:..on. »kJ 
Ihe n.me of a l»w firm lliai P.u! Atamian ha.1 paid to provide the dotwri d«la»e. 
The CM. alio cimiiitned Paul Auman'a weddmg band. 



Classifieds Classifieds 



Classifieds Classifieds 

Uie lUrhinfer September 22. inn 



\ ClantfleJ Ad Kairs 
Sludeni pertoiialt up lo 5 
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uh' are $1 up 
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tammtrcml Adt' art W..W 
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nHUVATtOyS AKf. FKI, 
miOK TO PVBUCATIOSa 



Help 
Wanted 



Help 
Wanted 



For Sale 



Classifieds 

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For Sale 



Help 
Wanted 



RESTAUfWNT 
Full Of Part lime 
wBiresses needed tor lunch 
•ime, two shifts avai(abl« 
Comaci 8f»tt @ 884 88S1 
PtMot'ia's PIzu. 

WAflEHOUBE 
Short and tong term 
assignments. AH shifts 
awailalile. Bonus and 
taturanc© program. No 
Fm». Unflofce Temporary 
Sarvices. 980-8900 
Sat. appts. avajtatole. 

DATA PROCESSINCi' WORD 

PTOCESSNQ 

Needed for special projects, 

six months e»p All systems 

needed Unilorca 

Temporary Sewices. 

980-8900 

Sat. appts. avaM'abte. 

TELBWWKETING 
I Attn, students f Tetephone 
interviewers wanted. 
Conduct short surveys over 
the phone. Absoluleiy no 
sales, no exp. needed. Flex, 
hrs. eve. & wkr^ds. Starting 
$5 hrly Call Corey M F ® 
699 1990 Deiween to 
a.m.- 5 p.m. 

MOOnS NEEDED 
For fashion shows and pnnt 
work $50 too hrly. We 
oourtsel beginners. StaM 
icensed TaWent Agency. 
Spencer Studios Open tit 
5pm. dosed Sunday. Can 
t-815-455-5StS 

BABY-SITTERS WAWTED 
MUwma Nanniat. LTD. 

3$»-«248 



Mobil 

CASHIERS 

We have FT/PT positions 

available at area tocations 
m Hoffman Estates. 
WE OFFER: 
-Competitive wages 
^Paid Holidays 
-Bonus Bucl<s Prgm. 
-And much more 
Please call Mary (g) 
310 8440 

DRIVERS 

Domino's Pizia it now 
hiring drivert. Earn $7- 
10. an hr. Flexible hours. 
Now Hiring fit... 
Cary. @ 516-3030 
Carpanieftville. @ 428 
6200. 



COUrOTER HELP/OELIVERY 
The Hot Dog Place is in need 
of counter help/delivery 
people P(T IW-F lunoh. 
Close to Harper. Students 
welcome Call Dave <» 
882 8838 



NEEDED NOW 

•SECRETARIES 
•WORD PROCESSORS 
•HECEPTtONlSTS 
'GENERAl HELP 

Pl»n (or upcumme Minal 
»«', Pa nacaiiioR mtit 

a'iiSi^TTittnljk, co'-'»t>«i«.(:w« 
ulvy. tmtt.. |Mf, no tan 

S».4t70 
TEMPORY 

SUPPOWT STAFFING. 



GRAPHICS PE,RSON 
The Hartanger is in need of 
a Ofaphics person Great 
fun. great people, greal 
experiertce. Contact Doug 
<& 397-3000 eMi. 2461 

WWTERS 

The HarWoflw is in need of 

writers, give yourself a 

challenge and write foe lite 

paper. Contact Doug. 

# 397 3000 em 2461. 

or stop by A367. 



CHIIDCARE 

Lovmg child care providers 

needed to live in with 
Naperville. III. area 
families, Exc. salary. 
senefits. travel Call 
Collect. Naperville Nanmes 
iiC. 3123570808 

CHID CARE 
Om Of two iJternoons 
-veatniy for one year old 5 
mitet fcom Harper. Non 
Smok»r. cait 359-2510 
for interview 

EAm, MONEY ftT HOME 
As.se mbfe Jewelry, Toys. 
Eleclroniics.others, FT/PT 
worfi available. Call 

f^efundable) l-5i8. 
-59^3734 EXT. 3674AA 

4 HRS 



roommate; 

In Barringion. Owner has 

large home to share with 
Single female proffesiotial. 
Ideal tot student. $350. 
per month Possible baby 
sitting small chiia and ft 
housekeeping tnexchan(|» 
tor rent. Call Pamela ® 
382 64 93 

REPAIRS 

Typewriters rapaMd, Qlt 

ready lor school. 

Reasonable prices, prompt 
service, call 99 J -7508, 

t««e message. 

HOUSEKEEPING 
Need a hous,efc,eeper '' 
I can clean your hom,e o,r 
office E«c References Low 
fates available. For info 
call Ul 9 358-2396 




For Rent 



GOVERNMENT SEIZED 
Vehicles from $100, Fords, 
Mercedes Corvettes 
Chevys. Surplus. Buyers 
Guide 1-805 687 6000 
Exi, S-1053 

FOR SALE 

1981 Datson 200 SX 

MECHANICS DREAM. Good 

body and tires Needs WKXk. 

$500 0.8 Call 

490 9442. 

RDRSALE 

76 MERCURY COUOAR 
350 CU engine, 74.000 
mi. While w/green int 
Engine exc. body NMR 
strong starter Musi sell 
Asking ft .000/OBO. Call 
aft. 6 p.m. Ask for Madt 
351-0794. 



FOR SALE 
1977 Mustang 2dr. 
hatchback, auiomatic. V-8. 
Recent tires. $1200 OBO 
Call 394 2118. 



FORRB^ 

Lux. Townhouse, 2B,2.5 

Bath. C/A, 




S A L I Y ' M A UT Y 



Fireplace Garage Fin iSTIIWIfT MKOUtm MONOIEft YIAI MOUNIll 



tower level. Sublet 6 mos 
or 1 yr. lease available. ! 
$1500 mo .Algonquin & \ 
Ashbury. 698 7360 I 

I 
ROOMTOROff I 

Near Harper, nee local ion ' 
Male. Non Bmoker/ 
Ormfcer. Please call Ruth 
© 885 8375 • 

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RETAKE 



Sports 



Trie Hiirhingcr S«|ileiiil»er I J. I'tSS 



pag* » 



We Win , 
They Lose 



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.;jii. s fir»l imnrltdown 

Mitc in tile firm ituartcf nn a 4 
; jid tun l>'j lill Kcrsicm 
kicker MagniM Bi'iiiti>w(m\ 
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HAWK 
OF THE 
WEEK 



After losing « makii ihfy 
ihoutd have won Katiiy 
Cham hetlai n ra^ ■} ■ ■'- ■ - 1 .".■-.■ s 
111', itcil the Trnjan-. .■ .i 

gun tight ..The lif-.; ■ >. ,;iv 

m Miath Ctamherlam* gun >n:ri- 
Itie HKMi fotatt I'hey i:ainc in 
tte film ci( Otcr^l Piszc/ck wIki 
(hijttea) hrr Ofipowni 6-0 .(>-(). 'TIm: 
lecmil wtt Lm. FemiwK who 
ilcvmued an iiveiiMlrhe«] Trojan 
ft-().ft-I.Thn DyniTOic Duo of 
Dtwbtes mu« tlso he reckO'iied 
wiih in ih.- ■iinflcs gamcThcfC 

ijolllln,. M Wl'* Willi 10 

I >et 1< . .lined ihciii Ixilli 

Himk ol ttir Wivk, honur". 



A diving gr.ih hy a Ibwk rccicver ( P/ku, ■ /n /..lii/i \iva,'« ) 



Sports writers needed to 
cover volleyball and tennis . If 
interested , come to A -367 and 
ask for Bvron . 



Cheryl 1 



Volleyball 
Rebuilds 



If Wintain h. Ktttlt 
Slarr Wrilcr 

The Harpcf college 
volleyball lt.am n rebuilding 
nkiwly but lyrely. " We are 
IlioliiiiK on building." nyt 
JuliC' Elfnn- Kuchn." I %er, us 
improving in every iniich, 
improving in iciinwork,,, 

She has lo get over ilk; 
gniH dillcfcncc in ih<c turnover 
of pliyeri aiHt the high level in 
eonipttiiii'in. e'S[>eci.aH¥ in the 
NC4 

Janice Waid. lh«- tram 
captain, a a rtiumiinr f-laytt 
Her aiiituJc. e».m*riencc and 
talent really pull the team 
logelher Th* rest i»( tile 



sbinini; liiKtip includes: Amt- 
Thaycr. Cauta .Buil'ter. Slitim 
Ahem, Nicole HoHmpworih, 
Kim NcM.mci. l.intb Haud, an<l 
Jennitcr Stuch 

Jennifer n currently on 
"injured reserve' with a 
coliartNine wijury for at leasl 
(oiir wecki. ll i< [ws-tihte that 
*he wiH be out for the «a«'»n. 
hui o e'i,[x-ctBi JO tetu™ 

Any r"'- ••'" -n-cicd in 

playing • rtould 

■>oni,.k( J., Mit'hii at 

■'-fv I'hcir nem 
' • l.<y September 
:ilth at Hai[:>er a|aiiis( the 
Ccilkfc of SaiM Franc!.i:« 




There will he an 
itnpcirtanl meeting 
for ail potential 
wrestkTN October 6 
at 2:30pm in M-bldf> 
in front of the 
wrestling room. 



INTRHMIIPHLR 

sign up now in M-building! 

8-BALL 

BiHiards Tournament 

Dale: Fridav, Ociober ,2ht 
Entu' Dfarllii).-' "unday, Oclnber 17ih 
What lint. :i "nil 4:(K)pm 

Where at? A •building billiards table 

I here will <»4 .ntries, firfl cnrnie firsf »*r»*t!! 
Sinn up .l.S ^ I-.: The !.larlin|t lime i.t niion. If 
yfiurf mil prrsrnt when your name i» called. 
j«»u will fiirfeit jtmr malch. 

Class "D" Raaticthull Tournament 

Touniamcnl Date: Saturday. October 22nd 
[ iilry Deadline: Monday, October 1 7th 

When" KVOOam Till I :(K)pm 

Where ai'M huilding Ratjuetball Courts 

500-1000 Mile Club 
Run/Walk/Swim 

Here's the deal: 

1 . > You may run/walk/swim anywhere you 

wi.-ih. Track your mileage and log it in the 

black log books on the Intranuirul table in 

M-building. 
2. ) Once a week the mileage is taken out of the 

log books and transferred to the large 500- 

KXX) mile chart hanging in the gym. 
3 . 1 A ficr coniplet ing the 5(X)- 1 (XKI miles you 

will receive a Harper College S(X}or 1()00 

mile club T-shirt. 




1 



vol, 2^ Nt». 05 



U ilium K.i.n»} llnrinr Ciillrs* 
Pitlaliiif. 1lliii(>i» 



Tilt Hurhinjerr Sriilcintn-r ;*>. IW* 




WHCM 

Setting new standards 



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HiiiUling ,A ",A Hiiilm Slum 
I'll.! Min.ir< of F'ltas,urc,"' iKtsici) 
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Swiion Miiinaeer, Tony LafiMiiic jintl !>' 
Hodman (flaswg in the WHCM oITk,, 



.>n,d -him 



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Signs of a new parking policy 



Hi Mkhcit Oftrinxki 
Ftsliir** t'dlror 

What tjiepny i* oii.r 
college'-' \'ou'vc got It - it's • 
COMM.l,rn:,R cciilaie'' 

Thjii meMia ihc IMI: simkiii 

bad>/. fK-ully. vaff ant adininiii- 
■Min anne lo (toper hy wny of 
mMoriKd vehicles. A lo|icai 

■proWem, ihcrefiire. would be the 
ilvuiljihiiiiy unil convenience o,f 
on'-cimpuspaftiiig. 

Last August is, till! sari of 
Ae WI .jcmcsier, Supervwir of 
PliM'ic Ssl'ety, Kevin Kin,)!, 
implemcnicd a much needed 
rrm)v,.tiii'iii of the pitfcing cy%icm 
longer *> Harper 
pink and checln, 
JUtkifrs lor,itliKfcni,'» ,111,1 i!r,". ,i' 
ctMcked: meters i,'r ;,!, 

cm nit color COllcil 1» ik- lob. 

The parking regulaiinft 

proftram ctianged to the n«* 

■ icm in order iij fatiliuw the 

,« hf(€" and 'when" of purking, 

Befeire. the I? totlcKc tiiis 



Harper Preschool 
Parents Organiza' 
raise money tor C 
Development 



were not clearly marked lor 
jnyone hut (acuity and mcdica) 
peimit drivers 

Secondly there were rui 
directories stationed on the oiKet 
drive (or advance warning o( 
prohibiiigd lou, 

LMlly. Ilic old !iystcm 
harterud an incitvinf iiumhitt' li 
"dendbeaLs* dinng. the (ivc yean 
tt wa,s lA operation 

Apparently fan 
stickers (ell into the (, , 
lho«e *ho didn't deserve tu liavc 
them, according to Suix-rvicot 
King- 

Sludcnis iilnjinm^' Ih-c lai 
, "• ' ' p.irli m 

..ictiulty 

King's new system m.iiri 
LiirK a tip'hk-r n'liirai ,ii\,.-i iti, 
JiKtril'>uiniii 
1,'nlil.e lit 

of receivi! > u 

through di< , Jic 

tie* sv«cm diiitibuttj these 
■-iiA,.,-!-, 



Tciichcts and si;ifl must now 
report with their ID cards to 
huildmg B for llieir slu, kcrv 
Rcijucsts arc ilouMC'chcckcil 
against maMi-' ■ ■ i- "I 

appn.»ved imln '■ 

The tost III trie ovciliaul ran 
about S1(K,M1. 'The jirtee iiicWisI 



ttie indn ' 
the lit;.! 



■'i'ns posted fw 

■ lulcr drnc 

„ ihi' rcno- 

was 

' 'cncral 

Ihc 



luiiil 

King credit « 
imprcucmcnt o( hi» ■ 
Lnl.ir toiling, 'Tl 
matth-ing a sign's letici ..imi lohn 
to yout slicker's letlct or color 



aiiiU-ii li:i|i, iii(;,livh 

Ni,ii a!' ■,UKleitts are 

native l::,n£U%n >,|;vaken. 

1 elier .A ts for admiilitM-' 



tors whose color is lituc, (ai"ully 
and stiff have rcrt H suckers and 
sur.' ■■ ■■ 'J green C 

sy'hoi .h,ki,-i:i tmw the system 

-. doing presently. 'King sLitcd 

I the system I is a lot better than 

ihe old but there are alwayi 

C'Omplainis " 

Patterned alter the mother 
system at N I.C. lb,r|Kr's parking 
system tias -an added leaturc. 
Parking 'Ticket Complaint (orms 
are given to Uckelcil individuals 
who find nil ii!siiti,,,.iiii!n fur the 
li,.,'l,,:'l 

■^ji, ,,■ ttii, , iiiii|ikiiiits are 
now wniicn mil, a tile tan he 
created dcH-untenung llic nurnlwr 

,.r,„l f.....,,, ,,l , ,,in,nl:imlc 

■■. !hcm at the 
, ,-1,' I he ITI as 



It 'k a i«|,itk:li Iiioic dice tut »,j) Ui 
handle compbinls ,)ra'ther i)un an 
Ollil,*taie.|' sltesst'd King, 



Senate 

election 

results 

Each ■.iiidcnt senjlot n 

listtd with itie dcpitrunent tliat he 
Of she reprenrnis. 



Kristin llniean 

Business and Six'ial Science 

Darlrne liarMin 

1, lie Sciences 

Pal Ryan 

Technology . Mjthetnalics and 
Physical Science 

Michael Trippiedi 

Special PrograiD-s 

The l.iheral Arts and 
f'h>>.ical Education departments 
are still in need of student 

Senators, For more mfomiation 
contact leanne Pankanm at x2.14; 



Page 2 



"Making a REAL radio 
on station" WHCM 

Hid transmitting on FM? 


From Davtd 
Cronenberg {director 
of "The Fly") the 
"Dead Ringing" 
reviewed. 


For scholarship 
information and the 
monthly calendar of 
events. 


Hawks are 
victorious over 
Illinois Valley! 
Scores and details. 


Page 3 


Page 4 


Page 5 


Page 8 



Features 



The Harbinger Scplember 29. 1988 



Page 2 




HPPO offers toddlers 
toys and trips 



B? Mkh*!* OMmmhl 
r««l«rt« I'llllar 

Every ame in i wWlc a 
Harper iiudi-ni can «k them, N« 
very often mmd ytju, Thim' »ho 
gtiBiiH! those link [WOfile ttay 
wonder wlwe ihey come fnm or 
•lieit ll»e> p). 

Tftesc jfouiig diildrai. owic 
to Harper I'w llie aime ita*in you 
do - for i*;.h«>l. presthtiol lo he. 
eiitu in btiiiding I r<»m i;3„ 
Harpers Child Care t>roKrani 
umttuel)' Mendt teachinK and 
Icamini in it* Child teaming 
Cwier, 

The, anier o0e« a Iciw |)n>- 
imiii pfcichool; the ftrsi icsaon 
I* Mondiiy. WiMine:aili)y and Friday 
■nofumis from OlM'-lliSOam. 
lie leeond n Monday. Wednes- 
diy. Fndjy alterreiom from I ;«)- 
J:30pin, ih« thtril ni Tuesdiij imd 
Thitriiday mornings from t:(B- 
HJOam and the fourth on Tues- 
day Mid Thmitay rmmii 1:00- 

PfeicilcKil is Often lo chil- 
tnm (if Ibiptf iiudeniii. (acuity. 
Md' satt' m well as the children o( 
Ilie ctwimumiy The Ice for the 

lliree day prwgrant is $}% po 
Kmexer anil fur the two day 
prtif mill. S224 

"ni* ihMe lu ftn; yea* altl 

duUtm ol Hie pnymM' haw ■ 
daily Khedule »h«;li encom- 
DBHW»; grmip dm-usMon. lite 
choice tune. *it»ry time, mack 
iiiiie. mnie and novemeni as 
well as oiMlaoi time tm laifc 
tMKiractmiy. 

Each of the lour iweKhiMil 
sessiom has. a capacHy for 22 
children at. a iwic. 



In addiimi. ihe^ Child 'Learn- 
ing CiSMcr has a (irofram only 
for rtlld^cn of Hairpei siud«nL*. 

(•cutty atid staff called the Child 

Care Service, 'This pmgram ad- 
mite duklrcn yean Iwo-and-a-half 
10 five *tih Uic provision thai 
Ihe child is loilel trained.. 

Chdd Cart Service has fk»- 
ihle hours, open from '7:lSam- 
4:45pm, and al'lows its (ac^i lines 
lo he utili/ed foe » ma:«inujm ot 
.five hours a day per ch.iU, 'I'lus 
program's fees ai« $2 a djy per 
child 

The parents o( the children 
who atlcnd Harper's Child 
teaming Center programs are 
very impressed »iih ihe 
available facilities and have 
organi>zed a parent s group in 
aippcm 111 ih«; pnjgrami 

The Harper College 
Presekujl Parents Orjtanirttion 
I'H'P'H')! IS sponio.rinK a 
fundraisct every Tliurvdj) jnd 
'"riday lor the whole month of 
(Jctohcr hegiiimng OcHibei 6„ 

Because of the amount of 
traffic sj,st*ined l>y the program's 
en«pnfc-«. the money raised will 
he used to purchaie new class - 
rwMn supplies mcludini liousc. 
leepinj' ttxiK, Mois-%. jri sup 
pfie* and perlup* an A(tplc tl f, 
computer. 

'The f'undrattcf w.||| he in i».o 
parts lastmf from «'«lam lo 
.MMIlpm on the lint Him of J 
huilding. The "Sails" po.nion of 
the event will entail diffcreni 
«'en*:»ts st:Ilinf toys, htio4.s and' 
put! let. 

<3« Ocilciter 6-1. Bm*.. Fair 



Inc. *ill offer hoots., pu/.rle» and 
siicliers for half price. f^ktOihcr 
ll-t-* hrinjts Dncovcr> 'Toys., On 
I', is:iober 20- : I , Child's Oaiden of 
Bm*,» wril pmsidc hij^h quality 
soft and hard c>n'cr books, 
caiMtes and lii.K'.ik» lor parents. 

As a ljiui.k taun Pii//ks 
will sell special heavy duly 
tubher pu/rles. Mats md toys 
tn(X:loh»!f ?7-2.B, 

Pan 1*0 of the event will 
include a drawing for gn;ai do- 
naicd pri/es Every person con. 
iritHitmg SI. (Mi ot more to the 
rtesdliiol Rwndatwra f und will 
neeww ■ cliance in tite raffle for 
such priies as: two round- trip 
ticket* ID Frankfurt Getmmy. an 
"Endless Weekend" for two at 
Ntwdic Hills, a f-rench meal for 
tw-o at the Portico, a champagne 
IwiiK* lof two at a Discovery 
toy. fctalileiwiik*. 

The children of the 
f>rL-.jH,>ol will draw for the 
winner u Iheir Hallonecn 
ccietmitin. 

Hfrt) PK'sidew Barb Cohen 
IS ecstatic over the progress made 
hy the organi/ation When asked 
about her efloris ini ihc 
preschool, Cohen gleetijlly 
rrplicd, Vmi vc h» uimn one i>l 
my lavoriie subje.cti! 

ll .never .ceasci to ana/e me 
w.hat small inveamenis of time 
can d<j for producing such 
substantial results - really 
ctMcreic. solid result*. ■ 

For more information ahoui 

the sale or ahoui ifu- i hil,.) 

Ixaraing Ccn, 

ttartiwg Cem.. • 

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Math Anxiety: l,2,3..Aughh! 



By 


.ilisa Chlalamt 
rr wriitf 

I '": '. .. . HI 'hai; ii:> taiance yaw 
;k.iHK]fc'> t)«> lir.gC' numb. 


ni.,1 


te yini mervous':' "Do .. 


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hut are cnori! Trl.uct.:in.i hi seek mai'W gmlCiv'V W'h.ii in 



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I A.I a 

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newr aiidi.-tstand math pnihtenti':' 
'Well, if you experience any i:i( 
these pfoblems - V'l'l' ARi N't 
ALONE! 

Accordmg lo 'Phil Tioyer. 

;ilt. development counsirlof. 
iximaiely 95<l: oi: all womrn 
elirainated thentselves from SO*, 
of their camrr optioms due to 
mill aMieiy.. 'The o.ti.|>inal 
leneafch conducted by Sheila 
Tiiini. 10 years ago, stilt hoUi 
iniC'Wtiy. 

"O'ur caltiic seems lo 
di'ssuaile women: tnm fmng imo 
iiiatM related areas... women liad 
penmision lo slap lean.i.ii| math 
civticr than htiys." lays 'Troyer. 

At a ft-sult, they lack the 
ifcilts needed to get iking rn 
oi'ienied wswtd. They 
m.a(h anxious and many 
women avoid math ai ail c:iMs. 

Math ansiety afrccin mocttli 
women. But it is not exclusively 
a female dilemma Troyer 
iMllevet iliai anxitMS men cuti 



.I..J 
.|'*i nMu itfi,: 
;> deatiiig »» 

..4n. ^ ■„ wllhi'Hit J-.. .** -.< 

eimhirrassmcnt 

•Stalling ISctobci 7 the Math 

tab Faculty and Student 
[kv«lo|iment Penonnet w.'ill offer 
a self-help gKJup for any 'Harper 
student o.r in.ember ol the 
community who is afraid of 
malll.. The pern:* does not k«1 
lo he aincntly entnlled. in a mail) 
aiunr. 

The grcitip. lied by Phil 
Tnitt. .blaih Lib Assistant Vai 
'Bafrauii and AssKiaur PhAsiuic 
of hiaih Margiei Sci«. witl meci 
on (lie first and third Fridays of 
Oc lo'be r , N.o» e m be ( a n d 
December from I2:11ipm- 
2:(Mp.,m m DtCte, 

This s.upi)i:irt grotip ts not ■ 
lecture or lutonng group Ii is 
intended to he'lp in(tividua.ts 
overcome their antietiei in 
mad>em.atica} tituMions. 

Tiipics lo he covered diiring 
these sessions wilt include: WTiat 
Icchngs do iiudents have i^kiui 



Whji icituii^uc). .M'l. ihac ttiUcil 
wiihmijih«n.»,ietv'' 



".: .iboui their o*.n 

Hie mcmix-is will lind out 
they are not alone in their fears 
and thai help n available 'I'hcrc 
is no charge to ,|oin the siAM.ms 
and aiaidents can |oin at anyumr 

Cirowpi wtji at this oik- h-ivc 
been MiKctcfui at conMiunav 
cdlbiiii ami lour- year wkiols 
thiouElwut the United State's. 

'iipk of a success 
'*■'. •. !'«al it. so can your 

viJc...>UiK 1438 available in the 
t MC fTKdia cuculaiMin desk, 

F..¥ more mfonnation about 
maih ansieiy. Troyer 
rcf.ommends these two boots. 



-.OyCI Mall by Sunley 
Kitgeiman and fow^ih Warren and 
.Mlll> Amtm >>>' Shata Tobras, 

if yon have any (|uesiions or 
need more facts please contact 
Mariiei Scoii # exi. 24()i, Val 
Bagraluni # ext 2W5, or Phil 
Tmyer#e.xt220S. 



HEALTH 




Harper College Health and 

Wellness Day 

Wednesday. October 5 



Come one. come all' 
Harper Colkge stuiknis. staff 
and faculty an; invited to the 
Harper Health and Wellncs-s Day 
on Wednesday, Oi;tohet 5 in the 
He*llh Service, A362. 

On ihif special day, from 
8110 am to 1000pm, Health 
Sciw.c ^l.^ll will provide 
priiio.,>..ia.il health care. 
c-ducMion and fnse testing. 

Avatiahle tests include: 
hearing, vision. IB skm, 
hcmoglohm levels, glucose, 
weight and hci(thi measure- 



ments, hlood pressure, tetmui 

hoonleni and more. Finger- stick 
cholesterol testing is available 
at itK cost ol % 1 for students and 
SI for employees. 

We also have information 
covering many different health 
is.s.ues - smoking cessation 
nutrition. AIDS. and look 
forward to .sharing them with 
you in addition to answering 
any questKins you may have. 

Visit Ihe health Service on 
Oclotier 5 (or your free testing 



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Di>mtno's Piiza. the iMorld's largcil piiza 
d«liv»ry ctsinpany. is nam hiriitg delivery 
(l'fv«r«. II you are 18 years old. have a valid 
driver's license, automotiile insurance, a 
good driving record, and access to a car, 
you can: 

• Make an average ol S7-$t0 an Iwtir 

• Enjoy the freedom ol being on the road. 

• Work flexible hours 

• Be pan 0* mo excitemeni ot the woftd's 
laslesi-growing pizza deitvery co*Ti|>any 

To apply, atop in your local Domlno'a Pizia 
•lore today, or call 215-0030. 



ti^MrOammt^m iic 



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Editorial 

Making a REAL radio station 

"If •* dM t«* " <■ traisiniHfr f«ir WIH Ml I »oiil«l 
cajof it. It would h* aiirt likt a RKAL slalioa. I think 
it woold li« bftur ror lh» DJ especially (those) that 
plan to »J ia lli« REAL market." «ajf» tari-j MerktI. DJ 
for WHCM. 

I ka*f alwayi woailtrfd •»» WHCM «•■ aot 
krondcasl oa the dial, either AM or FM. Whj. ia fact, 
la WHCM aol broadcaxt outside of baildiaf AT (It is 
mlj ia Ifce cafeteria oa Ike first floor, the loaaie oa 
tkt Mcoad floor, aad Ike pool takle room oa the third 
fltrar.) 

II it icatralli acftpied Ikal the DJs waai a 
Iraatmillcr. For Ike past maay years Ike topic of 
f»lllat a iraasmitter kat keen poadered by Ike ttntral 
■aaager. 

So, I asked Toay Laramie. leaeral maaater of 
WHCM. His freattst coacera mas tke loss of freedom 
for the statioB and the indi«idHal DJs. "He CMortj'. 
aew* director and productioa coordinalnr) kas lold me 
Ikal it woBld hart the slatioa more thaa help it. We 
woald Um tkt freedom." He eiplaincd that the DJt 
would aot be able to make Ihrir own song selections 
for their ifeow and timin| would bt muck more ilricl. 

Jeaaac Pankaaia. director of stadent aclitiliet 
tapretscd a similar conceru. "With increased li^traers 
Oir campas comes admiaislrativc safeiaards." And these 
■(•■aards woaM restrict the freedom of tke DJt. 

Of secondary coaeera was the eoti of the 
Iransmilter llsually this concern Is disrr|arded because 
there are nuaeraat a^ethods of fundinf ■ trs«<(mitter. 

Finally I talked with Morly, lencral manager last 
year. He esplained h<iw WHCM hiiw would actually 
offer more training aad eipcritace than if the station 
acquired a Iransmiltcr. 

"DJi learn how In mis music." Morty Mid. so 
WHAM isn't played after Zepplin. They also gel 
etpericace reading ti*e announcenicDis and filling out 
pratrnia taga- Mortj feels ff WHCM get* a transmitter, 
thi admlaklrallon would »cl guidelines eliminating 
kan* WB ftpertoacf for Ihe DJs. In Murty'i opiaioa 
WMC1M it a REAL radto station! 

Also, the WHCM maaagemcnt would ha»e to do 
muck more work. If tke transmitter U rtceited the 
paper work would increaie. An FCC Ucencf would h«*e 
to b« applied for and all kinds of applications filled 
out. 

II cnmea down to: the employee! want it aatl Iht 
MaMi.gers dtm^'t. (Being a maaaier I caa sympathlie with 
Laramie and Morty.l I propttte etpanding Ihe number of 
buildings to which tke station broadcasts. 

Approslmalely 10 years ain, WH< M was hrtmdcasl 
to every building then on caroput. But it was hnwdcaa 
tow chiie to the classrooms and offices. Consinoenlly it 
didn't lake long fur the cfiniplaints to rnit in. 

Of course? 1 agree. Don't transmit WHCM ri(!hi nest 
lo tie clatif«mms; play it in the lounge in building J 
near Ikt kn« ofTite. in M building and ta pergonal 
re«i»est> in the Harbinger office. 

Wkilt investigating the transmitter possibilities it 
occurred l« me. Harper has no radio curriculum-- 
virtually no radio classes! We ha»e program* fnr 
Refrigeration and Air Condilionini; and Park iind 
tJrouadt Operation Management but hate no radio 
program. _ ... 

Vice President of SladtBl Affairs Bonnie Henry 
say*. "!^» demoastraled need has arisen." So it looks 
like if you're interested in radio *hi« some interest or 
Harper ma? ite«er carry any radio courses. 

Harper' hat restricted WHCM to building A and 
ofTers n« education foe someone interested in pursuing a 
career in radio. What's worse is ihey ha»e no inirnlion 
in change aaylhiaf uatess we say something about il! 

Douglas Ray 
Editor-in-t hirf 



The Harbinger September 29, 19«8 



Page 3 



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®iKF teir m^^cefe^jp 



with our mom 



REAL MOMS DONT DO DRUGS THEY DO SARAH LEE 



BV Lli Rroasseaa 
iitaff ColamaM 

Many people consider a 
mom to be somcihing oihei than 
human I do not mean to mfer 
thai 1 believe people other than 

moms consider moms lo he 
INhuman It is i« ihiii thcfc aie 

1 lot of misconccptKin* ahoul 
whaj a mom is supj)0'«4 lo he. 

To hegin wilh. I woulil like 
lo pass on some mildly 
imcresimg (acts about mmm. 

I„ Real mom! don't do 
drugs, itwy ito Sarah l.«' 

?, Real moms don't cnjiH 
colit - ' • ■ ' . tv-cl 

obli, ■ -Tie 

are ^Ui , mi^;, n, /..i.,.., 

t. Real miims dtm'l worry 
ah-fui Ihings they canmH clangc, 
ihcv only *orrv ihiil iJicy 
■AoiTv U'H> much <ihoul 
(VNYthmg 

4. Real moms 
h€-,liesc III Santa flau*, ihe Bmut 
Bunny, ll»< Tooth F»irj. and 
Masiei Charge. 

5, Real moms of ftc W'% 
ire noi lost in ihe 'TO's fashmn- 
wise. thai w»s ju*! Oic b.\i 
lime lhf> IviiiL'hi clctilw- Uryc 
ihan kill" 

ft ;- .OT tli<l 

nil, .'I'l^ 

til ibu piTiciraiing u~ 
than lhj< *hii:h cm bt 



inyoiirivcfagelBM. 

7. Real moms don I enjoy 
saying mi, it is just a good habil 
ihcy have (fcvetoiKd 

g. Real moms enjoy a 
good taxi fighi m sometMK elscs 
home, when ihcy arc nm around 
9 Real moms arc 
everything you ihink they arc, 
plus a whole lot mote, and even a 
whole lot les.t. 

10, Real rooms sometimes 
walic up in ihf mommg iind wtsh 
Ihcy »cic not the mom. 

The iroublc with real moms 
IS ihc-y have nowhere lo go, 
Thca- arc youth centers (or drop- 
in lecns who can"t hack their real 
moms anywofc. half-way houses 
for atlulls whose real mom 
couUn'l hack ihem anymore, and 
AA lor real moms who really 
couldn't hack ii mymorc. hut 
tleie IS mtwhere for the real mom 
wtei jtitt 'hiisicilly cant hack li 
)ioinet,ime« 

Why IS this',' Is It bc»:,ausc 
Ibis piitiiiulaf type ol mom 
■docnti't pica-jit emmgh of a threjw 
to to'eni siviely. i:jr may'he iherc 
IS an ambivalence low-aird the 
mil ion thai teal m<jms basically 
cant hack li sometimes, or 
maylx- '»«•• moms n««d to he more 
unifot* 

V ' 'M, we m**:tl 

J pi ,, > I'l'Ucl. a 

I,! K ii,.iM '■■'■ ■ ■ 



10 have a place where itieie are no 
kids, no phones, on barking 
dogs, no inide-remarkmg «rvice- 
men. no men. no husbands, no 
doorbells, no kiichens and no 
unreal moms who would enjoy a 
kitchen. 

Sorting out the real moms 
from the unreal moms would be 
simple Both mom.s put their 
makeup on in ihc rooming; the 
unreal mom siill has hers on after 
3 30 p.m The real mom wears 
evidence of what her child had for 
breakfast; the unreal mom docs 
not. Both moms carry c<)pies of 
her children s hinh cxnificaic in 
her putsc, hut ihe unreal mom 
can find it up<in r«|ui-si 

jAnyonc fitting the 
(tescMplKm of the real room will 
he admitted immedaiely The 
unreal mom will pmhaMy not 
show up because she will he at 
home keeping her house 
immuculaic. 

Anyone knowing the 
whcfCjN'iiii^ 111 Mich a place is 
rcuiiir. .1 ir ...HiLKi the H.»rhinj!cr 
■ li.ilcly ThdSC who 
ti.i , ;.i such indimiauon, 

ami ate louiid lo he retaining ii 
will he lorci-d to hahysit for Ihe 
rcsi of us indefinitely. 

Look out. Mrs, ("Icjsit. wc 
know you're out there 
somewhere 



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'William Rainey llafj«:> i 
littlW. AtitimquiiiN. 
'Phlaunc. I'L WKM 

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Editors 



Staff 



Daiflni i.iy 

W,tK[^ l>«vii 

M m: 'Bdlk0 

• . - vtitawslti 

' >».tniw«li 

'.'M B>].u:s 

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.Andrew B a,", H'* H.'i 

AllsiChiriliiiiil. I. hn- ''i 
Finltin, ,lt'!f ^■t■.•■•^sl^, '■;! 

IjUTltW. 

Rift' 



1 I, H..IU--..1, 
..ii'^x'ilus, Mary 
..- Hill, "rriidy 



■■ H„%gIllM.i. ^ 
,. im'pH'S cam I 
!. : :. . ,ind fin.ll esirv 

I'«i. ull) ■>[ .Ma.icnl t»d) .•VlvcrUling «imI t'"!.' 
ThuriJiy "id topy i» luhjtti in rdiiing "' 
must be signed. n«m» withheld w<. ■ 
mftmiiliontd'l »7..V»('W, est. I4WI or 24f. 



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toT itic Hirpcf 

c*ti"pt during \ 
.jie ihrnt of th.ei 
.^ admiruM'ata>n, 



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NtiU.r 

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Entertainment 



The Harbinger September 29, 1988 



Page 4 



Dead Ringers die young 



Starr Wriltl 

Every oiite in ■ while I 
leave a movie *nti the 
imvrrdihk ovcf-riding Ming ol' 
*HUH''" llus WHS the *ay 1 fell 
leaving tlK ihcaor aFier view-ing 
ilK! new Orion Piciufts releise, 
Dead Ringcri. 

Oetd Rill ft ri i^ iKt; 
slory of ii «I of t»ins, Beverly 
and l-lliiK Mantle (Jeremy Irons) 
who have had an iiucresi in ih«! 
imiIk'jiI jiml sciem-e fields I'Kim 
MCty cm in Ihcir ihildl>oi:Kl$ 
While in college, ihe Munlle 
Iwinv irncnt ■ S'lifgical 
appjuaius tjlk-d "ihi- Mantle 
ReiracKH", l.au'r itit-y ttn iiiw 
'husiness logclher by opt^nmg a 
ferbliMiion clinic k* women. 

The twins share every ihinj! 
logether emotions, palienis. 
women, etc. One woman in 
pnictilar is the cause ol mator 
changes between the twins A 
movie Mar. Claire Niveau. 



comes mlo then clinit lo vc i! 
stic IS tapahtc o( having 
children. Eltiot decides to do 
Si.iiiie uiKlhu'al e*iKrifflentat.i'On 
on hu own, telling Oj,ire that 
hi; IS his twm hrtither Beverly 
Bev then moves into the scene 
cbimmg lo hi* himsclt',, and «wls 
up (ulluig m love with Oaiie. 

Now tciCJ. where the 
amfusion start*. Claire manages 
10 get Bev addicted to 
pfescri['ilion drugs. Fllie then 
decides 10 put Hrv on a 
pK.rsonalued dc-lo^ (wograin. so 
as not lo HMjiardi/f the lIhim 

Afler Ellic bcioincs 
unsut'Ccssfiif he dC4:«fc.s thai ihc 
only may lorthirip to work mii 
15 (or ihi- ' 
ba.:k inio 

So E.||ie SU1I1.S u' fici 11 1 ill ■.!-!! 
addicted to pn;s«.:ti|Mion ilfugs 
Miiki: Knsc? 

Jewmy froi-. -ry 

sinWig t»rrform.a(i. . ■■ ms 

He liilies the very ctiatfcngtng 



I he 1*1 



.it 



ji'ib ul rLiyii'iK 
ctiaracleis »ifii 
pcrsoniitilK's V'c'i .i\ 

Ihcy liave diffcrrn: ; . , -... 

ilKy arc very nuk h il'ic same 

Hctc .lie a couple ol ihf 
dra*("'acV.*. involved mlh this 
tilni first ol all. our leading 
latly, Claire Niveau.. six-al>. *» iih 
■n iic'ccni. icflie of the unn- 

'-' ■ ■ ■!.-■■ .tors III 

1 hour-i 

:...-.. --i.'L.i you're 

«llini; there Hatching ii) of 
I ritio'-'.. ron.-.ii>i> Miilicnrn; 



1 s liiuiiy over 
:: < 'ronenlterg (director 
■I I hr Hy) rea.l]y disappoints 
his audience wiili this l)i//.are 
tourney into the not -so- 
faniaitic. It is my opinion that 
he shoul.i h.ii.- iii...i l.-ii ihis one 
atone .III lii'^ 

ncKt > ' • I :.' I ly il 
coming iMit Ijue this (all 




lerttBy Innis m Di-id Ringers 

To surnmate. Dead 
Ringrrs is not neccvsanU an 
apropis ink. Dead in-.. (■■>ui i> 
never rang any hell-- : 
li.i s just call II. [■>. 
(like a h..id taste m ),.-..; i 



Restaurant Crew & Shift Managers 

Yee\the?«o 

Did \()u Isiiou we're the place to be whvu \ou 
want to h.nv some serimiv fun? So why not comhiiic the 
serious fun with some scrmus p«ifits — as-a Crcw^frtcm-ber or 
Shih Mjiugcr at Lko Bell? 

join lis .md you i.M\ count on teielitf liic: 

• i k'xible Hours 

• Regular Raises (pay increa.K -after 90 days) 

• Meal Discounts 

• Free ( Jnitorms 

Plus training and a chance lo.iWftie iJHo,miiii.igemeii.t. wttb a nuciwber of the 
hirtune 50 I\psi( u family. 

So if cou ..UT interested in rn a k.ing .friends and' mafeing money . . . 

(.a»nic b>' I lie \ I.itper ( ollege C'arcer (. enter in building A, Room ,M~ beiween 
9:()(» am- l:(t«) pm on I i ui,i\, Vptemher >l) to i.ilk uiili I.ko Bell represent. i- 
tives. Or call <>17-2IH() tor more intorm.ition. And see what .ill the km is 
a b< > u t ! \X e a re a n e q u a I o p po r t u n 1 1 v e i n p I o\ e r, .\ ! I \ ' } \ . 







Banshees' 

Peep - 
show 

a treat 



Hv Ian laimh 
smrr Wrii.r 

Siou«MC and die Banshees 
ha>c at long lasi released their 
ninth liiudio LP. Peepithow 
With the exception of their I9S7 
single. "Song from the Edge ol 
the World". Banshee fans have 
heard no new material since [he 
IP Tinderho\. 

The firsi .Ming to Ix; released 
from the new album. Peek-.\- 
Boii. left ijiany listener'- 
wondering what Siomsie could 
[Hjssihly he up lo As ii turns 
txtt. the sr 1^' IS lu^ii another gem 
in a jewelry box ol tica.surcs. 
The alhum 1.5 more varied than 
Tinderbiii and the strong 
dil'fercnces beiween iracks 
reminds mc ol her 1''n2 release, 
A Kim in tlir Drramhuuse. 
Sioussic's voice is sod and 
lilting on tracks -tuth as "The 
Last Bcai ol My Heart", but Ihe 
raw energy of her early releases 
has not been forgotten. Tlic LP's 
final track, "Rhapsiody", is quiet 
md haunting in the beginning, 
but by the end it turns into an 
inspired, breathy (X'rformancc. 
Other tracks, such as "Ornaments 
ol Gold "and "Turn U) Sione". 
eiplore the Moorish textures of 
orltcr woiis 

Piwluciion credits are Khariid 
Jiy The Banshees and Mike 
Hedges, who produced a nundwr 
of their earlier Li's. The mix is 
s-tii.rk and bare in some pbces, 
while lush and thick in Mheii 
As with earlier albums, 
Siou.xjie's vocal traces are very 
prominent. There is a loi o( 
stereo movcmcni and dcjMh 
Ihroughtxii the album, but 11 is 
tNM 1 n ..-ipruku ed 

Ihe im[xirt CD (on f'olcdor 
Records) gets high marks (or 
appearance, and the sound quality 
IS superb II has a warm feel. 
w'lth wide dyiiarnics and high end. 
but suiters Irom a small imount 
of digital noise hetwcen 
individual tracks On the olhei 
hand, die domesik CI) ion 
("Jellcn Records) is nothing short 
of apfulling 

In order to clmiinaie the 
digital noise, I believe (.ellcn has 
used some ftjcm of com|vrc«ion 
on the master. The rnune album 
suiters ay a re.sult. Some ionK.s 
fade tnii Imi quickly, and the high 
tmt soiirtds muled. Where ihe 
ini, :.ds lively, the 

do: .iiiply dull You 

may ivi.t molt io* an import copy 
of Peeps how. but 11 is 
definitely wonb it 

For those. pe*»ple who have 
ne*« listened to Sioussie. this 
tlhum IS a grc'ii entry f)i.)int into 
a series ot fine albums. 
Moreover, il you arc already a 
devoted Banshee fan, IVepthow 
Witt be quite a treat. 



Upcoming 



Thf Harbinger September 29, 1988 



Page 5 



(tluh ytztas 



Cktcli hm wwkli (iir imptirluM (lull Ni>m 
infiirmjlion 



Tlie Finn.) ■■•• iiib to* 

W«llie,J«!BJ « UU'l irt 

W««l»e»i!iiy. OctoKi ^ ... .,. iii 
*.«. EuK't mwiKig >1jv\ jfKlltmei 
Ife aniuntnccd u the |>rior 
weeliiif, R* ■monr inluniialifM 
conaci Mf. B m »7..M». Exi. 
257ft 



SISTI.RS l> VMHISr 
t ill I A ■ !i 1 1 1 li ■ ! 

B ,\S,|:,C B h.|.. 

Ni,l!h<,' on Siiiiinlj 
tram T'-U p.m. M Jylc H 
Mnei ti» Iwmi of Bklg A 
p.in. "ntefe in alM:i »ti-«i> 
meeiinp <:«n Tue*d»):'» (rtmi I ••2 
p.m., anij' Wedn<s»lny I'luitJ 2,:,W' 
^ ,W p.m. F"i>r iiK»e informWM 
ftwBci .lijh." .11 T»» '^Wi or'Psiul* 
T:iN:.)r ..r ■ ' • ■ ' 



Tlir [iii'tlnjty Ciut> >«il.l he 

liavtiip lis '...-lOBtl mcciing i>( the 

VC.U .H. M.nula). CkiO'lier l. »i 

' '■■ ■■ m. in D-;*! Come fiiji»> 

'.ifcrnrfmjiiure wild ». Ftw 

iKinnation contJKl RaniJv 

I'l D-2*t| Of M. W 

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1 ". ii'tMM " ,.n.ii jur «*rin,.ufnii" i-or 
more mCormjiKm ci:ml«;t i:>r, E. 
Hull 'M. W7-'}m*.i f*^ ^■^''■f -r 

K.h>l.li,i» A. '■ 
("iii)i{iaiiiy cfMti. 
W7..1«m.I:,i :.m; 

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Thf 
nicicun(i' I '■ 

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nil iH,bI.I K,AiTA 

The Ml.! Phi Ctepier wdl hold 
I wo <iil'(irnal.«>ii meel.i(i.g« on 
(..kkiher 4 ami tktohcf "> ill I f"' 
rn the Buili'Img \ l»iin|(e iirci 
■«.:.:■ iiiuN'i" 111' iUk-nd oiu- o 
nKciiru- ihciukl v:iiri.u.tl 
i..-i!h« l....aiT\ ■■ • ■ ■"■■ ' I. 
Siiiaih Bcri' 'A 

• ill hr giW't «■ >"■■ I i ..!..■. juIiC 
an (kioh-r 1 . for m.urr info, call 
Iru.:fy»i41K.,>(.1W 

I'OLrin Ai s( :iiA<i-: 

LI LI! 

mtviiriii'i i-vcr> Wcdnc-vilj) a.i l.M 
p.oi. m 1-114. (.)(:u*CT ^ n ihe 
nc»l meeiihg For mo.rc 
oitomuimd c.»liitl R it hard B.allnl 
.11 lHl..<«.in 



Haifei (iMlem cjii pin. 

V " 'I'f'M 

il l iililii l ii ■ ! l y il il l iil li TM i 

The Cotk'fC Rt'puhln'aiw Ctol> 

(IVftM. ,.i...rA U.,..l,.,..,|... ,., T p.|i,., 

in ing m 

potil.u.« i> wek'ixitc I. 
more ■nl'orm.alion i. 
hmm *l .W7 ...««». t:vt. :S48, 



Harper's Fo«»d Service Club sells 
cookbooks to raise funds 



The mn Harper Fwid 
Service Cluh's "Food for 
Thought by the Harpei 

COBim.iimi>" R«SEi[»e Booki an* 
now i¥iilahlc Oom cluh 
mcmhcfs .■( I i>u Buvhcnnl 
(A 14*1., i \f .!^.'Si iiii i,:m.t¥ S4 

.Aft primuscd. however, 
anyone who coninhiiol a retipc 
mi; puictiaw iJic hock la i2. 

Because Harper'* Food 
Strvk*: Clul) IS lite junior hranch 
of the NarioMl RextawaM 
FiemtiMit AsKCUiii'in the i.:luli 
iM^f'i funds t« ill.' ■■ i' 

Rt'^iaurani i: ■ ■ 
AsscK uiiKm dMMf uicaiiif > anil 
fwi¥cni.iim» 

'llie rial) alio Aiiialei mone> 



to various thaunc-s. sueh as Toj-j 
lor Tois, Ihe Salvaiton .Arrni. 
and a tame for Ihc ckk:,r1\ 

In addriton lo wiling, the 
i'ix.tih«.ii.<ls 10 raise tunds, ihej 
-vl\ vo«,.'rsMivn4 at Fbiptr's home 
lix.tttxill Kjj'iie* 

11 enough mono 
i.hii scmeslcr. the . 
iilM like 10 »'pi:)n«.ir ;■ ainm:r mr 
I he Naiiona'l Retiaurani 
E«Cilive.!t Assoctiilion and 
anmhci <l.in.iKf for nicmheis' 

piKfltl.. 

The Fiwl Service ClBfc « 
ope» »o all Harper »iudem:i.. 
Anyone tnterrsied m tieci<io.Mf a 
Bicililiei shotild toiaatt Mr, Lim 
Back; not., 

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I'Vic jvm uttrreiitol in iidven,iiing 
j'oiif i tut' « or|,an,ttal,i«jn'' Here 
H the imf omwHii, '«C' nseil: 

CInb Nan'ie: 

Aciiwityil-'unc'ton 

Whmr: 

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POLITICAL 

SCIENCE CLl'B 

HOSTS CAR WASH 

,Aliemion diny car'ouner^' 

Harper's Po'tilical .Scieiite 
Ckih IS hokli,r»g iix Fif\i Annual 
Car Wa-th on Saiuiday, Ocioher 
K, frvim I CI a.m lo ,1 jim. near 
i,f« RtiM-lfc cnirance by Building 
B 

Call will he handwashciJ lot 
S4 a piece Bring m a wcowj car 
aitdgeiadiKouni, 

Ram day »iH be Siindiy,, 
(kicitef «. at Ur same time m4 
the ,sMie place. 

napt: uj sec ^imi ilieie! 



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SCHOLARSHIPS 



WOMEN'S PROGRAM SEMINARS 



1h« Kaipet ( olleije 

Witnutt'. P. ■'I'li.-i n .iMtring 
.. 'iii.iais on 
■ui .on lof 

.Jlh Jll Jji stll'i. JI i-. S's *l.Kh 

inL lihk's luiK h 

"t iimpulcr lilrrats for 
^Vlinirn *i,l rsi ' ' fi \ 

' -ll'e' Ul - \ -O. " k\ f'T IX kP 

I I1.1U '>■». V , . il i| 1 -^ 111 

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• p m It \'. n... .11 

L> llCMglfid bl ..iLfTlls ih. u Ills 

uaoi HI dCHribi ii'ini'tjur'. and 
hkMis • •Mnpliiu-'l t-spl innibM 
of ho* ' ; t 

to thL 

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computers m the luiurc I he 



(nurse Nnnilitr Is 
I H\t(n4 Ml. 

"Mnlhers and 

Uautlllers" will he tomtutled 
hy Kay Vrba. > Women's 
f'riigriim instructor and family 
i,iv,ii,mclor. on Tucsitay, ft-lO'ber 
4 (rum yam, ■ J p,m in ,A34l 
Iho s..'fiimj,r ^»i! ."ipl't»if- the 
tii<t.>n tin; amf 

wiiniik, .111.,.,- -ther 

.liiiuhscf icl.ihon»htp 'The 
t nurse Numhrr it 
1.1 WOM-DDl 

"Humrn -.nit (tree and 
the La»" will he conitwted hv 
,i\iiiu Bush, a Barrington auomo 
and 'Harper msirutlor,. on 
-Salurilay, (kloher K. from 9'«.1B. 



- J p„«. in ,A,24,I. The workthop 
will give an overview i>( the 
pfofedurrs involved m oinaiiung 
a divoftc ot K'lng pari of a 
divM'ce proceeding, lopics w,'ill 
incl'Ude discussion of sel'ec uon ol 
attorneys, e»pla,nation of Cook 
C"auWy Circuit Court, pra-cduics. 
diKEMion o( Mitlemcnts, and 
rrmcdiet to deal wi,i,h 
noncompliance. The CiMrsc 
Niimtttr is I IVVIM-IHII. 

Ti> re,ci,,[cf lor .my ul Lh-- ■ 
semiri.ii., , i. ,jtl ihc Cnntmu 
FducaiiiHi Oflicf ai '^''~ 
Fm, 24)i> To assuii 
tegisirauon, pleax g..^ a,^ 
EOIKK iMimlicr. 



Kalhteen Fajcan 
Miinorial Nursinji 
Scholarship 

The Kalhlecti F.i,t;,o 
Menu'wul NursiiiK ,Sfholarstii[- - 

oflcicd (or die Fait '■'■'-'■ - 

10 ■ student in the 

'(VofTHm 

1 he criieriii for ilu; 
schol.,ir\lii|> are' as (bltow-s,: 

The stink-nl must be a second 

vr:ir RN MinJeW with n inmimum 

' ■' '• '■ 'H), 'nic sehi'iliitship 

I lion, hO'Oks. ,itid 

MilHiii.,--- (.1 3 maiinmm ol S'^c 

Deadline fnr ll> 
scholarship is Oeltiber I. 
llHIt. 

NursinK Scholarship 
Kndowmenl lunil 

,-\ Nursing Scholarship 

r I'lil. nuTK-rii Fund 'Will be awiirdt-d 

I [ion and NkAs for 



Catena lot i)ie award arc as 
(bllow,s. 

Applicant must he turrenlly 

■ '"■>'-■,) tn NUR 101 Of have 

i,.-'d NUR lOI, have 

i-il need, have consistent 

■■■.luslackiry'" ratings forClinicil 

■,,-r(ormancc, a "C" average in 

M « II' I I., dale, and a GPA ol 

.11 kM-.| ,M'. 

Applicants mu.si include a 
siak'm,e,m of Finjincial need, two 
N II t * « n g f- u i ,11 1 1 y 

rtumirnciiihiiiiins hascd on 
I 'ht-n, .,! l-..ii,i.,iii.n, .ind ,1 Itm 
\Vti.il ihi., 
* ill mrjr, H' nn' 
isili'i the apjiliiauon 

Deadline date is 
Niivember H, IW*. 

lions (or these 
-,'0 available m the 

l,',l:..,. , uicial Aid m A-'M 



SCHOLARSHH' DEADLINES 



The deadline (o,r luriiinK m 
applications I'o'i ihc Kalhlern 
FiKan Memorial Nursini; 
.■scholarship is Salurdas 
(„ku«h« I, r-WH 

Applicaiions (oi the Ml. 
Prespcci .luniof Woman's 
Club Scholarship are dur 
Fnday, a-tolier 14, IWH 



Applications for the 
Chicacii Food Brtikers 
Associiitinn Scholarship 

iiiii'.! he lurncd in hy Friday. 
U.lohc-r .M, r'iNK 

The dcaillinc for iiirning in 
.iipplicjliuns (i.r (he Nursing 
Scholarship F'ndoKmenI 
Fund IV l-riil.iv. Novcnitvr II, 



Free seminars 

for Management 

students 

Harper's Manageme'iit 

Department has scheduled two 
tree half-day se-mmars for tbc 
nianaf,(-nictii -audrttis on 
Iu.:-m1.iv, iiiicher 4, and 
W'ednc,!>day . Ck-Uihirr s 

Five speakers Cnmi area 
companies are sttie dulal to spciik 
each day. 

Both si'minars will start with 
akcyrew sjwakcr 

On <!,ktolH"r 4 the keynote 
i'lKakei. Mr. 'Ted Weymouth oi 
the Ijike Forest GradMlc School 
of M,a,na|c*,mcni wilt speak from 
^--^-aS on "Management in the 
IWO's," On October ^, Mr. 
Dudley 'Powell ot Allsiaie 
In-iurance will keynote on 
"Findiiii llM ,Ri(tb( hiiitifente,nt 
Job." 

Topics on Cknohe,! 4 will 
imclude 'International 
M,anj|gemcnl: 'Whai we need to 
Itnow lo he ctmip-. uuvc," 
"Women m Management' Future 
Careers and Impaci," 
"'M,anagcmefflt Leader ship 
Teamwork vs. Individual Skills 
in 'Management, "and ' Service 
Managetnent: Ocaluig with the 
I'Ws Customer," 

Topics on Cktober 5 will 
include "Enireprerieurship' The 
New Opportunity." "TinanLial 
Management' li ICnowin,i; the 
Number Enough to Cei By, 
'" 'Pf od u c ti on Manage m c n i 
Ottalily The Renewed Goal" and 

, .:-fnn'ienl and -Business How- 

',i;emeni Should React," 

' >r more mlotnution afHiul 
scmin.irs Loniacl Mr-., 
Kadebaugh at W7-M)(,K». E«t. 
24.3H. 



COMING 
SOON 

Fall 1988 
Offerings 



4 CiHD Registnition 

7:,» p in,. A Dining Hitll 

How 10 Earn Your 
BachciiTs Degree on Your 

Own Tcnns and Time 
S - «*pm-. AM7, 

Storyteller -- Kectotdmg 
.Arlisl Jat:kie Tiwrrncc 
: pm . JI41 
S,:(liililrcn,S'UndM 

5 Health ScRTiung I)ty 
8 a.m. - 10 p.m. 
Health Services. A.'l62 

* < iiadiution Ctkvk 
i:; 1 pm ,1117 

7 Student Seiuite Meeting 
l:3()p,m , A,24Ia. 



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If vou donate $1. or more to the Harper 
College Foundation Preschool Program 
during October, you may enter drawings 
for these prizes. Drawing held Oct. 27/28 

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Ctmt.ttfl*4 M Kmm 

Stmkm. ptrmmis up lo 5 linen 
urt FKEE. Sludtitl nan 

commitrcmt A4s an SI up k> H 
times. Nan- itudtmt cmvntrcmi 
Adi Oft $4M upiolt liMes. IJ5 

each mktl. &m. 

m.AOune. for pvbu- 

CATIONS AKE FRIDAV 
PRIOR TO PliRl.HA- 

TiON. 



Help 
Wanted 

WAREHOUSEOEUVERY 
Permanent PT delivery 
person needed $5. hriy 
Pickers and packers needed 
temp, tor Itie talt S5. hrty. 
Appiy 11 WldterworKl 
Enterprises 800 Edgewood 
Ave. Woodafe Or can S60- 
2452 ask for Art. 

WAREHOUSE 
Short and long term 
•ssignments, AH shitis 
Milabie. Bonus and 
losurence program l*4o 
ttim. Uni force Temporary 
Servtcfis 980 8900 Sal 
appts. avail. 

DATA ENTRY /WORO 

PROCESSING 

Needed tor specW projects. 

Six months exp. All 

systems needed. Uniterce 
Temporary Services. 980 
8900. Sat. appis. avail. 

TE,LEIMnKETING 
Attn, students! Telephone 
interviewers wanted. 
Conduct short sun/eys over 
the phone Absolutely no 
solas, no exp. needed Flex 
hrt. eve.Swknds. Starting 
fS. hriy. Call Corey M F © 
699 '990 b«ti»een 
t0a.m,.5o.m. 

COUNTER HELP/OEUVERY 

The Moi Dog Place is in need 
ol counter help antfor 
delivery. PT M'-F lunch. 
Students wtloome. Cali 
Dave BS2-883S. 

HELP WANTED 
DOMINO^ PIZZA 
Hiring drivers Earn 17.- 
10. an hour. Flextbto 
hours. Now hiring in: 
Cary 9 St6 3030 
Carpenters vill« 19 428 
8200. 

EARN MONEY AT HOME! 

Assembte Jewelry. Toys. 
Electronics, others. FT & 
PT work available. Call 
iRe(undabie) 1 S1B 

459-3734. EXT. SafiZMA 
24 HRS 

MODOJS NEEDED 
Models needed tor laadlon' 
shows and print work. 
$50.-100. hrly We 
counsel beginners. State 
licensed Went aoeflcy. 
Spencer Smito. Open nooo' 
10 Sp.m., ctottd winday. 
81S-4S5 5595 



Help 
Wanted 



LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 

Loyola University of 
Chicaao IS sponsoring a 
NURSING TRANSFER 
DAY on Thursday. 
October 13 at 
2;30p.m.. in Room 501 
ol Oamcn Hall on the 
Lake Shore Campue. The 
program is designed lor all 
student nurses and current 
RNs wishing lo transfer 
into Loyola's 8SN program 
Information on 
transfer of credit and 
curriculum 
requirementt will be 
covered. For further 
information, please call 
Mrs. Judy Becker. 
Transfer Coordinator, at 
670 2900 or Mrs. 
Lorayne Santa. Assislant 
Dean, Niehoft School ol 
Nursing, at 508-3262. 

CHILD CARE 

Loving child care providers 
needed lo live -in with 
Nape'rville. tllinois area 
families. E«c. salary, 
benefits, (ravel Call 
collect. Napervitle Nannies. 
INC ® 357 0808 

BABYSITTERS WANTED 
Midwest Nannies LTD. call 
359 6246 



NEEDED NOW 

•SECRETARIES 
•WORD PROCESSORS 
•RECEPTIONISTS 
•GENERAL HELP 

f*!a'i lor up«::Dmififl ichool 

»«»r, I'M »«:.«*<». mt4 

noi-atft Haan tniuranca. 
'i'i>«'t>i>iiK choc* <il 
.»M.i.Bnm»m» comonliliw 
M'apji. Hkiy ptf no •«• 

520 4870 

TE'MPOny 
SUPKWI STAflWj 
Equal. 0|i»it» l.nip.!oi« 



iP 141 ql ^1 41 ^ 

DELI HELP WANTED 
Drivers, and kitchen help. 
Flexible hours 9 3 MA. It 

interested please contact 
Lee & Pauls Deli # 490 
8181 2358 Hassell Rd 
Hoitaan Estates 

For Rent 



APARTMENT TO RENT 
Translerred. need lo rent 
2BR. iBath. 3lg closets, 
eat- in kitchen|new 
dishwasherj new carpet, 
tMk»ny. storage space 
available <n basemem.gas 
healAC. Call evenings 
after 6;30p.m @ 358- 
8005 Lease until June 
1989 with option lo renew. 



Services 



SQUID SERVICE 
A nice cool (previously 
Irojten. freshly thawed) 
slippery Squid wrapped and 
delivered in a one day 
delivery. Hand delivered to 
your recipients door 
anywhere in the Harper 
dist 

SPECIAUNTROOUCTORY 
OFFER- 110. a slippery 
Squid. Great tor the person 
with or without a sense of 
humor Call 991 1193. 
Leave a message. 

TYPING ETCETERA 
Term papers. 
dissertattons, 
compositions, applications, 
resumes and cover letters. 
Located in the northwest 
suburbs, we ofler pick-up 
and delivery to our 
neighboring clients, a post 
office box is available for 
your mailing convenience 
$2 ./typed page and 
payment can be made by 
money order or cash 537 
8479 or 639-5139. eves. 

TYPING 

Typing done in my Elk 

Grove home Fasi quality 

wo* at reason.able prices 
Pick-up and delivery 
available it needled. Call .Sue 
® 593-3225. 



FOR SALE 

FOR SALE 

Scuba lank, wetsuit. 
weights and belt. $100. 
Call Marsha ®> 882-0134, 

FOR SALE 
AMC 1978 AMX 

Runs good, body needs 
work Asking $300 Call 
885-2091 

Q0VERNMOVTSE.tZED 
Vehicles from $100. Fords. 
Mercedes. Corvettes. 
Chevys. Surplus, Buyers 
Guide <1) 805-687-6000 
EXT. S-1053. 

76 MERCURY COUGAR 
350 CU engine, 74.000 
mi. White w/green inl 
Engine exc. body NMR 
strong starter Musi sell. 
Asking ft .000/080 Call 
alt, 6 p m. Ask tor Mark 
351-0794. 



PHOTOGRAPHEFB 
Exp, phoiographers are 
needed at the Harbinger. 
Please apply with portfolio. 
Call Doug # 397-3000 
Exl 2461. or stop by A 
367 

WRITERS 

The Harbinger is in need of 
writers, give yourself a 
challenge and write for the 
oaoer. Contact Doug 



Personals 



TDAtlVTTE 

Congratulations I am so 

happy for you! 

■YOUR BUDDY- 
ANNE, 

You always have been, and 
always wilt t>e my 
"Marilyn Chambers* Join 
the S & M club 

■Q- 

TOTHeBIRDWOMAN. 
I twpe you enjoyed your 
surprises. Too bad you had 

to wail so long, I love you. 
Your Cutie- 
Pie 




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Sports 



Harper gouges 
Illinois Valley 



<il»a(nrr 



Wt %anilt 

I (.111,1. 
.(lommmft) Um* luxi n;iii ^.jnu . 
ilftcriiottit ami mbk iiwaj *i& 
61- 1,2 virtCJTTt over RiKk Vali,,, . 
In »hk:h ihcy wl a school 
■xrimt (■'• [Kiinb H.'<wf»'l 

Ha*l^' (juntciI'Mik Al 
Snydci, wiHJ ** riinki\l li<unli 
iimcmg N4C fatiMn |(lMg MIID 
the $»mt . amiiilcicd 9 '|Wwt 
.'III of t'T aiienipts wifli 1 

Harfn-r t>pe;m:d iIm; »-oTinf 

qui., IK aIk-h Sit>*i c<»ntxK'i] 

ui;h i.rtfier DfCfficW HiiSh 

.imJcwt Bill Kcr»lfir> 

.jjtl toiK;tt*>*n A 2- 

iit iomvcrsion hj James 

,«rty" H»yw(Hxt mji] the 

SiAjre *•■!> filtty m ihe (irit 

(|uana 

i-iuit mtntilt's laleion 
Hari'M-'i'''* >•■:>< poueisKn M«i 
<»iiai'liCrb«'k M SnycJet (ouml 
"SlKSttlji " in. )h*; eiKl/one (or * 
*(>-)'») to»Mo*ti making ihe 
von- 1 5-0. 

The H»*lu tcfl ihc Tfian^ 



eimiiei-t wi* Jdl Ctalan, liw j li- 




|ffc*«i *> i<>*« Stniml 



Apache 
scalp 
Hawks 

B> W Ilium \ M««tf 
surr vini.i 

The l.iilii:''.' tciirii^ umit' h,h\ 
iihtolmclv ilcvjMJlfd '■' (I hi 
Illmm^V.iili". 

Kjiln I, 'h.itnherlaiii. hejJ 
.-oac'l* »l lite Haa (■ . ! ' i ■ i 
, ,,,( - ,a,,(-,f pjj 

iciii well tWiimii. .'...I. 
alfo said Ihill ihe icim'* 4 
rcJtitniDi; ^^l[•'ln.Imll^('v rhcrv'l 
Pi..,, 

M." . :,IU,I 

Sh:(*,j„[ii. Mig 

Ihe line itie 

ltmi\ nn:ir.i]i' ■ .".ii. 

The liiity Hj*V it* 

Jt).liiel, W(ilve<i '■ i.v iiiff 

today al „'>. ,30 ftn. 



'n'n Kaywwn) 

. :.,Mi lf> MilX'kt 

'. , K, r .icm anil Tim 

I .1 "'■.yiiKt kKli''!(I 

i,,'n I 'aw ihi'iH- iwo 

., ^1. , „..J Kjywmnl .'T kne* 

1 1*'»\ n«e, " 

Th; Viiwi* (tn»,hnl off «ht: 
lu'fl half when Ijifiioni Ciiltn,»i«n 
rail inio ihc .emta'ine t« a U- 
yaril touchdown lo nuke itir 
'icon; 41-6. 



rn-rhatk 
I tn thf 

. u.Trtlil 
U.yaril 



SecO'iii! 
IclTWcighi 
'thi,H'! " '■- -I " 

In,.!': 
llHlll'|.„,l . .. ' 

'The litul r""«.a**vn,'i.n lor ihi* 
l'la»k*" endcil in a 4.jai(l 
IcmctHfcwn run by Rut Lalhaii 

Tlie Hawks' *ten« al:l(iwed 
Rock Valley jusl 17^ yards 
comraicd to Hafix;r\ 41?, 
Rock Va,l.|ey alicr lr)..m,(: » ti«I 
ihc:ff wmiMts (riMii ihetr ii,v,\ h-. 
Si. AmhniK fci« Suwljiy. stweJ 
im two naiur playi. 

'The firw TrO;(«m«ich<fawn 
*a« a Teiry Ciutlcy ifiicri rpiH'in 
I'ff ,;ir' rrr.,im Sn\d,:'i p',... i,.| i\u: 



■' 111 U) ui R,CT,.; 

icak i\ ih.L . 

> > ■■ ' -f,- iif DuPagi' 

Sattintay ai I, pn. 

Hawks M'die 
new trails 



III t'hru < '(iKiniiiiuloh 
>.i,,ri \\..,r..,. 

' Harpt'i's 

11 try team. The team 

' Danville C't'inimiinity 

.ipprcmn'i.iirtv 'c 

'It the I iii'n'fUi ul 

lllin.'i^ 

Harjx'i'* ti;,am saw its most 

i-t)ni|'x:'tili'. ,' ';--, ' '' ■'- ■ 

Si'.i,'.i.'.n 1 
M " >•■ 



* .like j|;.uii. 1 >,tm lf"i*n,> and 
Hi'o,i"( Kwiti'tioll [tfincil i*hy 
tt'iev ifc'HTvi: ii! rcf'cc'vi'O'l H.,irjKi 
m NuiiemlS'i's n;uiim.i,l .incfi in 
|.v I;,.' ' ' : ■ 

,1,11 tl'u.' fi'ii' iTiik; 
i.t„iiii>i, •!■ ., . ,.('• ithk'h iilaiixl 
bim eighth. 

^.^1 u^.hi'ktT ^nme m af a 

...ki 1.111 
'i, «'hilc 
. .1,'- limcil 
.11 1 i,-'f- l.'ii -'^id 

ftwh Thc'hcrgc spunieil his 
rij,i'iru-r'< .111 by tumjM'inig aloni! 
'»ii:li,'' Ldi- iram. 

On Sanrdliy. Oc'tntwr 1 . lilc 
Rtinnin' I'tauks '«itl go lo the 
Raider Insilamm.il .it Niles 
WcM High S.' ,, h 

ThetwriT n hrj'. , ,,.,;! 

■ ' I'laii; at N.iks 



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HAWK 

WEEK 

111 Smnill S.ilti>Mr* 

.. Jailies Ha'V'W'ii'UHl 
i..u,,.hit..',.ni.. i.,i.t 



allct ,[>Uym({ mmot Icagut 
bimhal,! (or l«o Kaiwns, 

His nuak feel have earned 
him H,j»k 111 the Week hom:>n. 



Su-vc Turryntki U«»,t gtiitni; • cTi<ri»l lutnovn (.>r the Hifcku, 



Sports writers needed to 
cover volleybaH and tennis . If 
interested , come to A -367 and 
ask for Byron . 




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HBrPEr 
IN1HHMIIRHL8 

sign up now in M-building! 

8-BALI. 
Billinrds Tournament 

Date I riday. October 21.<.t 

Bnlry Deadline, tnonday. October 17lh 

What time? Noon 'till 4:(K)pm 

Where at' A-huilding bilhards table 

Theri' will 64 miries, first ciime first scrvfd: 
Sijn up A.S.A.l".! 1 hr sliirlinn linif 
you're nnt present when 
)tm will forfeit your 



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There will be an 
imporlant meeting 
for all potential 
wrestlers Oetoher 6 
th at 2:30 hidg. M 
in front of the 
wrestiiing room. 



Class "D" Rat|uethall Tournament 



I Toumament Date: Saturday. October 22nd 
'I':ntr\'' Deaiiline: Mtinday. October 17th 
Whoii ', , IdOCani "till I :{)Opm 
Where al.'.M building Raqueihall Courts 

1 500-1000 Mile Club 

I Kyn/Walk/S>vim 

Here's the deal: 

1 1 . > \'ou may nm/walk/sw irn any where you 
wish. Track your mileage and lug it in ihe 
black log b<ioks on the Intramural table in 
M-huildiiij;. 

Once a week the mileage is taken out of the 
log books and iransferrcd to the lartic .*>(K)- 
KKH) iniic chart hanging in the gym. 
After completing the 5(X)-1(X>0 miles you 
will receive a Harper College 5(K) or HXKl 
mile club T-shirt. 



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FACULTY 

APPROVES CONTRACT 



Faculty votes 
151 to 46 



■f ■ark Mkbtllnl 
Slair Wriltr urn* 

By Ooiiglai Utj 
gtfllor-la -Ciller 

Harper College faculiy 
■pfxived the cnnmct pniiiuMid 1^ 
ilw Boanl of TrwuMs, cmlini a 
long two monihi of 
ncgfjuatjons. 

TlM rtculiy voted IDS Id 4(i 
fof tlM fMOpowiI wulcmciii 
WtiMMkjr. A|)|iR)iiiii>iiiely m% 
of ikt fKiilly f howcd up to vote 
•ml only iwo voles wtre 
diaqualiricil. 

The Kttleneitl ofren a 
3.7}% Mlary iicnasc Iw Hit' ftrst 
yew. B<cay.w Uie cmtmci thws 
not [iro«i(k ((« Rtroacliv'c ixiy. 
the incnaise u nctBally 5,(C'il' foe 
the Cm year. 

The coii'liml 'prctvidcs for a 
6.97% increase itif wwixul ytar 
(DwBedm I5.7S'l; the firM >c.ki 

The Boatil of Ti 
accwiltiif to the Miikm. . 
he fitying fw the TO'.i ,,. 



TlM Faculty affceil to an 

iKieaie of 1.0111 foi leaclicri 
with longevity instead of the 
faculty luKgestcd auloniatic 
piamaikm lo anociaie profcsaDr. 

Tlie coniraci ariKiRaliy met 
Willi consideiable critkum by the 
faculty inembcts at us 
presentation by the negouiMi. 
i-cimmitiee last Tlnirsdiy 

The major grievance atom 
the teiileincM was (hat the 
incicaac wis not. large emiugh. In 
aditttion. all <i^ ruU-lime fjculty 
diii not Ttnd die ccniract eqwulile. 

Mike Brown, a itrike 
commitlcc mcmbei stinply 
suiled, "Cienenilly. most people 
were not happy about the 
conwct." 

Dive Williams, vice 

• * - ■ '■ jiiadeniic affairs, 

was one of the 

.p,...ijuoii'S btxaiise il 

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approved contract 



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Features 



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Thompson, up close and personal 



n« Mkhrtt Oalrwatkl 
Foiiirti bdllnr 

Hi- IS J mill »h<» cituld tall 
ypui t.Jiji3ii<» by mn siclllinf ■ 
i:«.iili> '.tnte <» he IS a <iMn who 
cowld ni*« Hiiri«'' '•'« *** 
colleie expcnentf <n ytmi. 
tOuamm* cmtcn. 

Asstiintrtt Jinx:* Mc 
Grain's p«il>*in. Di. Pi«l 
Thomp«>ii i» Harpi-r Calfc:|e'» 



Thompsim will 
atlempl to "|illtfr 
ffifdhack frrom 

busine!»s| wid be more 
r«spoiisivi- 1<» <hf 
communil) »s well. 



Alrc]id>' canfroMini mmI 

iKlpinii io iaiol*e a lntuJty »mkc 
toon alier iecei»iiig hii «;» 
tinpkjynwia. Tln)m|>«)n i*>*>«» 
piomit* (Of w«lliiii| il« '•«• 
between aiiferini fituliy i»ti 
UMlrnut and up«itmt A* tio«(l 
■nd mumgomoit. 

Dt Thompion h»i bwn 
nMiMd » DoruBin. for ?* yo«n 

Hn wife tiM icn i.:iMni4eicti 
(Mr Mcond bucbckir'i iJegree «u» 



d«|iee »is in etemenii'y 

educUKjn, Sh* now wnti** •<' 
punue griiJim* te»cl »i:i«li m 
AiiUt«il**l:y 

H* alMi "»* *« fti'l*''"- 
vm gah mi one boy . '1 he 
oldcM. chiW Jul"-. B mmmi w a 
C*n«nl Ek\'int engimxit unJ is 
tunrnily Imng m Albuquer^u* 
New Mt'iKO. 

Hei ion. Mu-hiicl. 
TtompsoB's "pride tin) joy." 
tufiMi four yean ofcl two weeks 
■ISO. 

llie \«:twJ oJ.lcil iJaofhri 
Saril. re-ide^ m BelL-vuc 
Wtihuiglim «na w,ri mjnica laM 
July, 

cwilled in Evefgi«i> 

Itciied tn Olympti '* .;- . 

lie « ■ d«Ur.:J ueaivc wriun^; 
mmjor arid enjt>>'. xtiool 'cr^ 
much 

In hif tpite unit'. l>r 
■■rinmipson enpys readins puid 
hooki bill hw no favtvnie aoihw 
(W volume. "I like all kinds.' 
ot)iK"edC!>T1itiiiipM;». 

Sinte his rcceni *tom in the 
Paliiune irea he l»a> tl*"' "t* 
dKided i^on • favnnic rrMaram. 
nevcrthekw he was u>k«« by 
WMhington's salmon cuisine and 
hciKe pj'efers fish dishes. 

Due to his irapending move 



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"I reallj beltc\e 
that Ihe ci>mmunit> 
lolkKe is the mix-it 
respi>n%i*«." and most 
signifiiaiil force in all 
at higher education." 

ccwTes|)«iinlcm.-e with business in 
Bcllevue m tnJci w serve ihe 
need fa ihc maitei iheie 

'Thompson perceives ih:il 
Harper is in a similar silutiuoa - 
Ciintinuir on pafc k 




In October 

Straw man invasion 



•} Mkhelt Oslrnwslil 

Ttalarti Editor 
iii pumpkin lime! 

Ghouli and goblinii may tie 
pari oi this time iil ibe ytai Nl 

this lall St. Chailcs' Visitors 
Bureau would like to wekomc 
you "into a wonderful wwU at 
whimsy. (anta.sy and (leaiivity 
known as the Si. Charles 
Scantcnjw FeuBval." 

TTie (cslival on October i 
and 9 leMuia a c«n.K*i. open m 
all. for the winning scarecrow 
creatMM. The prize, more ttian 
SIIXIP Koet to llK scarecrow that 
wil) be picked by visilin^ adults 
■nd cluldien diiting then lour o( 
iMiown. 

{■bpuliir votes determining 
ihrre winners will be cast m 
baJfet hoie.t mound LiKoln Park 
Nov* thii year is the "most 
t:r«mve" eaicgijr> whith *iU he 
judged hy a piiwEl of ait etpetta. 



Both resident and ooi of 

town e»atn last year numbered 
n icaiecmws that were propped 
aipinst tie local bridge, siiiing in 
sioR windows and and abundantly 

sircw'O ab>.Hi< ii.>wn. 

fast winner scarecrows 
mcluded a Lihcrace straw man 
accompanied by a piano and 
camkiabra, a headksi 'horse.iiun 
■caccrow ac well a a Dalmaiiin 
dof on a f iic poh. 

If eMermi llM connaii doew't 
itiieMst you them there are many 
other amusemems. \ visitor can 
make 'higher own cniw in the 
designated sculpture area, can 
$,hop lor dtwr ornaniems or 
decorative sc.arecrows or can 
Inien to fcaracrow story letlen 

In addition the reiiival 
locludei audio visual 
enlcruinmcnl Buck's Siove and 
Range Company musical group 
will aiac ai Die Oaiebo beiimiing 



ai ft' ,?0 p.in 

Other group* cniertiiiiiing 
around Si Charles *in be 

Northern Pratric hiilk-is. 
Running l-o* Bliio ('ir.i-.\ 
Morning Star anil l-m \ .i'.' 
Blue Grass, magiv stiu* .■■ ',i;'.. 
at::n)hiits and dance WHipcs, 

Moreover, lulinary dc-lighls 
such as chicken and dumplings. 
fudge and «a«nal lieais will lie 
available in the Country^ Cuisine 
Tent and at die scaretrow display. 
Rtmnding oui the available 
opiions an- pig races, an aas and 
trails show'. a childcens' fun lair, 
cirnage/ixtny rides as well as 
nvcrh<,>a) rules on the Si Charles 
Belle and Foi Val'Icy Queen. 

The I'-'air begins on .SaluiAiy 
at 9,fK'l a.m. and ends ai HIM 
pm On .Sunday the .Kiivitirs 
ptiM.ec J from •»;(':KI am lo M«) 
p.m. For more mlm malum. 
contact (he Visitors Bureau ai 1- 



(f*Mi' Sv John .S'i.tv<*«( 



HEALTH CORN 

D. A.W.N. Arrives Ai Harper 

On Monday. Sepiemhcr 26. 1988 the Drug. Alcohol and 
Wellness Nelwicli (D A.W N ) arrived at Harper as a resuli of receipt 
of a two year fctleral gram. The D.A.W N project will allow Haiper 
College 10 develop and coordinate a comprehensive campus wide 
proatlive prevention, imerveniion. relerral pnigram tlial wdl mcrease 
drag ami akohol abu« awarenens and priimoic healthier lifestyles. 

The DA W.N, committee, consisting of stall members from 
Ikalih Service, Slwknt Dcvelojimenl and PEAR Division, arc 
liLinninf. Itim leslivals. Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week. 
(Ktohet 17-21 Waich ihii space and bulletin boards for specific 
mliimauon. 

Anyone inlcreiled in joining the campaign againsi drug use and 
alcohol abuse can coinact Phyllis Zabrocki or Rosemary Murray at 
Ml 2h2b. V our inweil. Iwlp and suggcslioBS are viuil lo die sue cess 
ill DAWN 

Thank you for smoking in 
designated areas only. 

Oul of retpeci for Ihe hcalih of our fellow students and 
faculty, smoking and the u»e of smoking matericals 
illoweil only m disignaicd aicai in each building. All 
remaining area* on campus which include, but are not 
limited to. those lilted bdi.. ^ill nmi-smokmg areas. 



.Reception areas 
Conference Rooms 



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Hallways and stairwells 

Washroom* 

-Physical Education area 
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riivision Offices 
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Quayle who? 



Aliii>ii|k iht rnvtragc of the Oljraipici h»» 
dnminBtrd the ■•dia In Iht |iaft hw *ttk%. thtrt H 
anolher inipwttnl intiit at kind. Oh, vou rrmenihtr. 
Ifecy do it tvtrjr onrt and awhilt. That polilical crap 
•lain. U'i th# a|>|M»ti»l«»tiil-*r-*WclHiii «f thai guy. ^ »• 
kiiim. th* t-halrinaii-iT-prciidtnt jtiy. 

Ye». I kni>w ttMtU what eltclmn it i* and wh«» i» 
ranning and h(i» impiirltint it all is. I'm ttrj imrrtsted 
«a this i* tht first prwid»nli)il tleclimn in which I will 
hf «iiliii|. It h for this reawm that I waitfd until thi* 
itmwlfr t» lain my Ptilitital Scimcif c.mr'k*. I Ihouulu 
it ««ild h* tfct "ifwl r»i-ittii| lime to lakr »l »ith all 
that is t<»*"t •"■ " *«'•'<' «'»« ■»»» "" oppoftuni'J «" 
kara #»«■« mtm almal tht fai» br»auM I would litfrallj' 
ht fitrtti imm kniming »hal is k«>>«>|! on 

I had ioni* Irrpidiitifms ahoul piinn to th« class for 
lh« first time. I thtnithl. itin h cttlltge. Ihrrt are 
goint to h« all thrsr pmtpit iii there that know ahout 
■tl these treatlel in Kuiiianda %ini»f»l»*rr that I ihnuld 
know ahonl and I ani (oiait Hi iwik like an idiot M« 
MCMd feelMin was "this is (oin| to l>* (real", tbtrt 
«il) he ail Ihrtr itriiple «hii will hate some rtii 
opinions on *om» >s^ms "SLnhr 1 can fldd soul* imire 
people til |ti I" m:» liiti. ■• with end we can all 

not htiy gas »l Mtrll (•• .» supporl i*|»»n:heid. 

Yeah! <'•">( m.m prjit. rnjkt; '■■•■■ iii'l wjr' 

the fiiAl d.n of I las% <1i(ln't pruvr I.> lii- •.•o 
inspirational. 1 dxin'l n*<!«l m» osujl four mp-. of coffee 
Jo wake up that day. I was radrlj awakened hj the 
numhcr of realities thai sat ttehind the desks. 

The leaektr keieaa the class h\ askinn "l»o ;•« 
Ihiak insk skoald drop l>»n ijuajt^ as his *ic*- 
presidenlial nominee?"'. Hm a kad (jarslinn considering 
■11 tke kixipta swrrmtadlnt Onayle at Ik* time. Tke 
•hnrfcer was not Ike question hnl Ike answers |ti«en. 
hlmil went something like this "Well. am. I reall; 
don't kniiw eni>v||k akoal the issue to comment at Ikis 
lime". What the* ' really meant to sa* (and sou covid 
Jusi tell) was: "Who in the hetl is l»iin tjuayle, and if 
Busk just picked him why art they talking about 
dropping him?" Okay folks, we art not talking ahoul a 
treaty in Ewguanda htre. «t art talking about pouikly 
Ike iie«t Vice-President of The l>nited States! 

I'm getting a little tscited here. I now know what 
•11 thote leackrrs and partnit were karping about all 
IhoH years. Now. not only do you base to lake Ikis 
crap from "Ikoac people", you are getting It from your 
peers also. 

Some friends of mine and I were kasing a kit of an 
•rgBiBtnl. One Mid thai kc «ac not regitlertd aor did kt 
pbm on r*|l]ilering ktcaucc, "I don'l ftel I know tnough 

•hmil Ike issues or the candidates and I tkiok that it 
would kt wrong to sole not knowing anything about 
If. Sound familiar.' It should fcecause only .t** of the 
adult popntation nio»l feel educaltd tnough to grt to 
Ike polls 

VI* soggestittn to my friend's dilrmma win Ibis: SO 

■ >t inii \Ii:i):i Watch thr news, watch tlie 

read tke pa#er. read some maitannt^' I he 

■ ,_ Mtll. 1 simply don't kaie lime'. lti/*<' »riing 
iin'^wfr- Ihi^ fi.crul C.ri'iit «ho hr was talking lo. I 
work <0 tinurs a »fci ■.utMtU- i.t ii.iing tO' school foli 
lime and 1 know who Ihr bill tJan tjuayle is and why 
nmk might ha*e considered dropping him! 

I round thai I would k«*e to make wime sacrintes 
Instead of reading Owiarr to s«t kow my day would bt 
••lrolo|ieall» I at least I'm not making any political 
dtcltiimi this wa«l I decided that on my break at work I 
Muld maybe read (gulp!> the news page'.' And along 
wilk lh« Cosmoptdilan magajiine I always seem to ka»e 
line foe I could maybe fit in a Newsweek or Time. 
Cacis what? I found tkal 1 really enjoy finding out 
abtml all Ikese dtcisiont *ei«f aiajfe for me. l*t found 
tkat political cartoons art now funny because I gfi 
skem. r»e found that I enjoy having something to say 
when people are basing a conversation on a political 
subject and they are les» informed than nie I'te found 
tkal this happens more and more r*e found thai the 
more this kapptns Ike more concerned I am. 

1 was concerned e«»ugk lo write this It wont 
Cftani* Ike world, Ikt country, or maybe not even 
anyone on eampm. I look at it this way. its m* 
column this week, its my opinion, and hecattse I he 
United Stales i» my country you art reading it rif»< 
aoie. Will you be in years lo come? It's up to yiiu, 

Rokym t. Dasii 
Maaagiag EiMiir 



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phon." I. ill itiKi nifimirig from mv 
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m S.,uK't''« ■" "■ '- 'Mtiii- She; »a.s 
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■vVcll 111 tour-ii- he's not .i 
■*nu|i, ihiTf i^ni a *iinpy man 
jlivr thai cab [>i>tk nmk, lUily a 
rc.ll m.iiii c.u-. js,irk riruK. and I'm 
.iitiii' liii J tr.il iii.m iJm lime." 

"'MauJic. il ili'cso'i really 

■i.iiuT what tr mis, ihc iiri-sidcnl 

i,;'i. I "mil.'..! Slater needs lo have 

■ land die issues 

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'"Well," I ,iurt Am'i I:: 
my (ricnds and family n (..■- -. 
JO tor this iMci show he warns 
to put im. I mean. 1 am all lot 
laser showrs. hut a lot of people 
around h<Te ,|u« Joti'i wim then 
tascs hcin' rancd lo lund ihis 
dung. 

I for one wa.s hafllcd. 'What 
lasei show arc you, ii,iking about 
Maudur'*" I imploied, 

■'Wetl you know, that big 
one he was lalkm about at his 
(lebaic. That oik that's, gonna 
have thai ihousjnl poinu ol light 



"But Ihcw are not issucn Uiat 
i,0(ticatr »nylhi,iig of subsiante 
Ma'udie. tliey are vnual pti,.(n 
thai hn tanipais" %ir.Me,si,M.% 
invented to help improve, his 
public image. You can't base 
your v(« on ihings lilc a man 
being shown on i.v *iih hi>. 
laniity as opiwscd \o loining his 
camp at the ccmvcnlion. or il he 
eats pork rmds w the democrats 
will slop calling him a wimp. 
and " 



iii,L. .111.1 Mi'p riLilkOi >u>.h a lu^^ 

ol cvenihirii,' (If'orce Bush i- 

he --I 
mind 

You know, inayhc Maudic 
was right Alter searching 
Il■k■nlIes^l^ Inr suhsiance o( 
issues along this cajripait'n trail. 
[K-rhaps a gtHKl last-r show is the 
answer. In laet, alter Ihis bliKxly 
batilc IS over. I might even he 
willing to foot the bill. 

by JON CALDABA 



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William Raincy HaiT*' t'ollegc 

lamw, Algonquin Rtail 

Palatine. 11- «»(,»7 

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Editors 

EdiKif'in-tTyiel 

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News Ednm 
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Mmk Mkc 

V..'lLie 'Mi,U"Wlkl 

Mu-h<-lc thmmnti 

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AMhcw B,iiliio. Roh Han, Lit BitniKlu. 

Ali«,« OunloKl. ft"" Ci,nMi't»'lu». Miry 

Fmkm. Jeff Ftfc-ix,iv si.:vc H,!l, Trudy 

Herbii, Mim« 1«, Inn l-jmih, Imiei 
L«BibiiU>». BHhMithclim, S«HiNeidl. 

RichtnJ No/,ril, Mike P'»«ii„ Serely 
Silvilorr. *'il1 Sl,e«-k, Pokl Sweoiey 



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ELVIS 

LIVES 

In the new film "Heartbreak Hotel" 



Siiff Wriltr 

You'ie i» • liiUe town m 
Ohio Ttie ytm a 1"»72 A imie 
when Richard Niion is in hit 
fimi ye» m ofllce. Rock "n* Roll 
is in rastlion, anil you liiow 
Ihul Elvii IS tall alive 

Tli»s B ilie letting tor ilie 
liiesi Toiich*K>nc hciurf* 
releasse, HttrMiffali HMtl 

The tuny of ■ iceniiger, 
Joljnny Wolfe ((."hariir 
Sclil»tlerl,»'ho c:lian|es the 
livej of his family and 
communiiy Johnny deiidei to 
kittaaipEivii ftcilrv 

Mane, Johnny's laolker 
(T«€nl»y Weld), a m a mt|i» 
dcpteuion^ Johnny *»l* » 
cheer her 'by getting her a dale 
>«h her fa»orile 
celclinty,,J:,lvii Pitstey {0a»id 
Kfilh). So JiAnnj' hops wm the 
pmk CiAllai: convertible smd «« 



oM to penuaik the "Kini of 
Rock 'n' Roll" m tame to visit 
hu HKiihef 

T1»mgj go beyond Ji*nn> ^ 
contiol when the King iNiltt a 
gun out,. i<*iwy is (len Ifntetl lo 
use ether and hring Elvii 
fimefiiilly. 

When Elvi* »akes up he 
find* himM-tf in the )HK.el 
helonging to Marie, and decMiu 
lo leave, Johnny has to nop him, 
w Kf lelk Elvis iJiai he is losni 
traclc o( the nxiLt tet midc turn 
Ml freai,, Tki* qwslion boijKTs 
Etvii. K) he (kcMlai to .flaj- 

in CHIC »eck. Elvii noi 
ttnly icvhes Jtihnny alMwi lave, 
dcfcndiiii liiniielf.aiid. niiisic. hw 
he also leariiii iio« lo Im. King 
once matt. 

ftivui Keith really makes 
ytiu believe that the King is Mill 
alive and leady to enicriiiin for 
years to come. Not, once did I sit 



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back and think. "Tlial'i nMhinf 
like Elvis," 

rhiirlie Sthiiitler deCmilrly » 
;i itnmit pcrlornicr in l,li,i,<. Rotk 
'II' Roll fable, I jwedict that be 
wiJI hcKO'ine the ntm Mithjel J. 
F(M in iJie film iiidii,siry . He has 
a kit ol' potem,ial lo becenie an 
eiKMtcly liileaicd actor. 

'TiM' nmtiae of a itrong catc, 
a [i«,>*CTful muiidtrai'li (iDcliiding 
mills HIs'ts grciiis. long 
forgotieiii, iml a well wriiicn 
«:npt. all tinder the dirrviion of 
Chrii, ('"olO'iiibas. nuikcs itns 
fi,ltn very emciuimno It's m 
hour and tony mimites oC sheer 
enjciymeni. 

Miiey l.„*«i«oiK;< wrote, "ihc 
heart of rock 'n' roll is ttill 

l>f»ling ", In ihc ijse ol 

Hearlbreah Hotel, rock 'n' roil 
•■ill continue u> pulse tb,rough 
ihe hams of millions,. 



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lit im tamih 
Stuff Wrlitr 

ritra Vis id Scene 
"She Scrramrd" 

I 'lira Vivid Steoc'i debw 

-.1 '■.-anied. his been 

If! ,.iin's 4AD 'label. 

"I'hr., .Mr.ii ■..!> obviously been 
inf!ucHiL«1 by ttie Jcsus ai'id Mary 
Chain, hut where the JAMt" is 
hMJse ;inil laid hack, l,iltja Vivid 
Si'eiH" IS tifhl and comroHed. 
iiioil'Ii ih tfie s,»me way a* pre- 
IVW'i'W'icerdfacrs, Ttie 1 2" and 
C"t) single c<,»iain » vensuin ol 
Patsy Cline'l "Walk in' ,Afiei 
MidMuhr 'thai baa lo beard to be 
Ixtaivrd. 

The Nttiarcuhtl 
■Birthdaj" 

The Sugarcubes have ,re- 
lectxdcd Binliday with llio Jesus 
and htary Chain, "Hie warn tube 
aiiip tma fiu perfectly wiiJ) the 
sufk feet of' Ihe oiginal B,inhday, 
The 13' it a limited -edition 
double groove presaing, Imtead 
of cultiiii one tr.ick after another, 
the Iracki are tin siitC'-by-iide at 
itie \;iiiie lime You'll never 
knoM tot Mjrc which mi> will 
play *ben ycMi drop (heaven 
tin-hiJ'itfie'netidle* 

Pet Shop Boy* 
"Domino Dancini" 
IXtmino [liuk'ini was riwvded m 
f-liiriili duii,iig March of 19M. 
bill II h,» jiint btxw released. In 



the pait, the Pet Shop Boys' 

ungles have had • uaich of irony 
iinJ \.iivii.'>ni. but heir they sound 

lilif !hey are taking themselves 

■ <"uhan inf!ue,nc,e» ue 

« ' :•- ,singlc, but they ,diifl'l 

■.,ive Domino Dancing from 

bt«comiflg pure dreck.. Good 
itancc mutic if you're nc;>i really 
littning. 

The WMider SlafT 
•■It's Ver Money I'm 
AfUr Baby" 

Ilic Wohdef Stuff IS a strong 
lonicndei for best new hand of 
I9KH. This single is laken from 
ihcv debut LP "The ijghl Legged 

Grmivc Machine" The Wonder 
Stuffs performance is simply 
eicellent. This single is an 
eiample of what go<xl guilar-pop 
can he. Come to think of it. Ihe 
lyrics are prcuy damn funny uxi. 

IlouM of tovc 
•Destroy Ihe Hearl" 

Hou.se of Love is the «her 
contender for best new hand of 
l<>8g. They arc Crcauon Records 
,. losc\! thing to genius since the 
Jesus ami Mary Chain Uhcir they 
arc again!'! left the label m NUi. 
"Destroy the Heart" is noi 
available on then self-iiiled dchul 
LP. "Fhis «,>ng has an inf«:tious 
chorus and mclotly. aiid there is 
some nice wah-wah guitar buried 
in die mix. This sotig is another 
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HARPER HOSTS COLLEGE 
AND CAREER NIGHT 



■Ttinsfefrini • Ho* to Selert a 

Setiicwl" iiid "finvi Hiiaea Test 
InBtrpreUliem" will t": ol'len-d 
hrimiung, ii h. '. and N p,m 

Abo offeced al * pm will 

W- "f'<t>.m..,'ul .\ui k» Psiieii,ts *itl 

Mi.,,l.'!ii-i T.ueer Chtt^ge for 

'- Si,-„MC'ii .iiid 

A,l 1 (Mil t»iriiiif»ains may 
allcnd "Batk I" SlIi«>1 <or 
.Adtilu." "Career t?hjin|;e fa 
Adults.' Ill "TafeeM tor Itie 
|y»l«h«ndlWk- 

Scmmars offered ai x ym 
intliide ■Tran.ilerTmi *'h«t to 
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"FHiMcisI Aid lor Pareiii.i »d 

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B»che,k»\ n'P<x an Wm Own 
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Vfxat "HR. in evm.ng of enlletje 
imd caret* i,nfc«m'i«ucm fiwcun»i 
ILirper vtutfciib, iitlult* pliinm,ng 
to reiiu-n to eollesre, iind high 
it:hiul «i»Je»it> diikmi carter ami 
ediKatioivst iteniKWi 

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Rc|iieseniali»e:» triiin matt 
itm> VM ftHir-ye«r colleges and 
uraversiUcii will he on bund lo 
prrttide m«lernls ind 
intorrnalion. Harper (nciilly 
rticmfx-r* will Jim l« »viiliihlc lo 
dtaeusj Hiirpct program*. The 
■'THicovcr' tompulef career 
choice proBftm will be 
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Page 6 



Faculty 
contract 

cMllaatil: rr«Mi *>»* paac 

eommmee iiie«liei. did not 
believe ihe iK|«i«K)«w wiwW 
tmi m a nirilw. Sl« iutied, "lite 
Mmuml isn't hmS. li'* it« •«»» «« 

cai |irl tiixfcf the i-i:rcum'«4iiint«," 
WiHti, »» miiny facultj' 
ii,, '■ ■ .ukI :it)mini<lt;iti,wi 

.My agree. "*t' na'J 
ku II •....-•."Mil (Mji'Klvtn to a *pnl 
of cwipermion and rei..(»cct itai 
has been inisiinf." 

Djivf *il'i ■-« 

nor I'* itw li'iuiilwi 
ncgi'iiaiHMi* lm:au« il vkalt »iitti 
wuglicc iissuie*. 







Thompson 

(Mlinurd fnim page I 

p«i)%id!n| counci for remnnmg. 

advimcfmeni antl careers tn IcjcaJ 
bustness, 

Apfitrcnil) in WanhingU". 
funding was conifaHcd mlcly by 

ihe tiae legisliiuce wilh m local 
tan in <1v.tna ^ucti w Harpef h*i 

Thoinpstwi fiwh itiai -iuch 
in-clismcl lai i* easier foi 
riMiicii'iji tolkgr needs making 
thein BKire siaNe luid prcttruble 
diK fct n itluttle «jiirce o( funds. 

With «ith • baikfirtHind, 
ThD!ii|)«m (lecKicil in inimn;* 
fa Hai|)er hecau* n hav ".i high 
reputaiitm amoiit; iniiimuniiy 
ctillegw' 

"I h;rf hTn m lllim'i>. for I** 

■ "> ti,i:nHR 1" 

■| ntainlaineif a 



high Kgard (« ifw Illinois 
communiiy college syiiem 
Hiirpci IS a fine pUte U> W" 
When qutrsliooed as to the 

largest ohsiaile he had to 
Kurmount in his Hwa for 
becoming our premdcni. 
Thompson replied "probaWy 

rctofstti/ing dial there were many 
tapablc people who »cre 
intereslcd (in applying lor 
[iresideni ai liarpcrt m die rirsi 

pluce." 



Ht empliasizes that 
ht wai "warmlv 
received" when he met 
with KtudentK. 



N0W"IS AIjX. ILLUSION.. 



■Jusl hi-ing thoscn (ml of Itvc 

i;n'ii)i i)( ..apaiilc rmjliMs *;is a 
ditriculi but tile," 

As the "new kid on Ih.; 

block," ThompMHi f«U il i» l''» 
early lo iti a K'^'-'x^ iisst%snwni ' ■' 
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"HarpfT. with its 
mission isUtt-mnil. has 
m;i(U' Ihc commilttunl 
to st-rve as a 
ciimprfht'iisive 
instiliilion in I'h' lust 
delist .1 am reallv 
conimiltt-d ti» fulfillinit 
thai mission." 



He en ■ ■ <' he »as 

■"wiirmly re. ■• ht met 

wilh sludeiii, iIiu'Im:!! m Phi 
■Tbeu Kappa and WHCM. He has 
judged that hu 'ciposure is n« 
gcneial enouKh land hence i^l 
looking fonnard to Iwing with 
tfiem tsludeniM more " _ 

Thompson has alio 
implicated a "gel w know me" 
program lor Harper employees. 
He has already had diiec sessions 
which email a group of 20 or lo 
mixed employees personally 
acquainung dicmselvcx wilh Uicir 
new president 

In regard lo his future plans 
for Harper. Thompson inicndii lo 
"become more familiar wilh ihe 
people here and make an 
asiciisracni of the availahk talcni 
In order lo dccitk where it should 
bedinxicd." 



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"ir«nl looking 
forward to being wilh 

them Istudcnts) more." 

For Ii>ng range plans 
Thompwm warns Harjier m uci 
involved lo deK.-l.ir..iiK. husinc,'. 

Soil cooccdini- Iti.il H.irjx'r - 
main ihruit is toe as iran-.icr 
program, 'nnuTipsiMi uill aiifnipi 
to "galhci feedback llnun 
busmcssl and be more responsive 
lo iJie community as well.' 

ThompMin would like the 
Harper Community la know the 
following I really believe thai 
ihe communiiy tollcge is the 
mosl responsive and most 
(ignillcant loric m all of higher 
educaiion.' 



..Harper is a fine 
place 10 be!", stressed 
Thompson. 



"Harpci. with its mission 

ilaiemtni. has made ilu- 
commitment to serve Js J 
L-ornpfchensive insliiuuon. In ihc 
hcsi sense. .-1 am tfally 
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Marilyn, 

BABYSITTERS WANTED 
Mtdwesi Nannies LTD. call 
359 6246 



CHILD CARE 

Lovmg chikj care providers 
needed to live in with 
naperville. Illinois area 
families. Exc. salary, 
banellls. travel Call 
collect Naperville Nannies 
INC 357 0808- 



S£p:vicec 

TYPING CTCETERA 

Term paper, dissertations. 

composi'tions, appitcaiions. 
resumes and cover letters 
Located m the norttiwest 
suburbs, we otter pick-up 
and delivery lo our 
neighboring clients; a post 
office bo« IS available for 
your malting convenience. 
$2 ■'typed page and 
paym,ent can be made by 
money order or cash, Call 
537-8479 or 639-5139. 
eves. 



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LOYOLA UNtVERSITV 

Loyola Ltntversily of 
Chicago is sponsoring a 
NURSItG TRANSFEH 
DAY on Thurtday, 
October 13 at 

2;30p.m . >n Room 501 
ot Damen Mall on the 
Lake Shore Campu*. The 
program is designed lor all 
student nurses and current 
RNs wishing lo transfer 
into Loyola's BSN program 
Information on 

transfer of credit and 
curriculum 

requlremanit will be 
covtred For further 
mlormation. please call 
Mrs. Judy Becker. 
Transfer Coordinator, at 
670 2900 or Mrs 
Lorayne Banta. Assistant 
Dean. Niehotf School of 
Nursina. at 508 3262 



Opportunity in the 

Travel Indualry? 

The #1 college lour 

operator is looking lor an 
efficient, responsible, and 
otganiied campus 
rep,reseniitive to market a 
Spring Break irip on 
campus Earn free trips, 
and good oommisstons while 
gaining grtaf business 
eipertence. For more 
mformalion call l 800 
999 4300. 

PEI^wOilAI 
i/.s-P. spmcmns 

Kick sonw 4-y0ar bull 
i busVem. 



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Vehicles from $100 Fords. 

Mercedes Corvettes. 

Chevy s. Surplus, B,uyers 
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EXT, S 1053. 



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mattress. Irame. heater 
and headboard. $75 Call 

Stiawn @ 490-3922. 



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Roommate wanted, Stri. 
non-smoker M.'F to share 
2BR, 1 1/2 BA, lownhome 
in Hanover Park. Many 
amenities. $250. ♦ 1/2 
ut)l. Can 837-5482. 




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1506 W. Algonquin Road 
Palatine, Illinois 60067 
llblock W. of Roselle) 

STUDENTS ONLY S4. WITH ACTIVITY CARP 



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JOBS IN AUSTRALIA 
Immediate openings for 
men and women. $11,000 
10 $60,000. Construction, 
manutaciuring. secretarial 
wotk. nurses, engineering. 
sales. Hundreds of jobs 
lisled. CALL NOW 206 
736-7000 Ext. 308 A. 



CRUISE SHIPS 
Now hinng man and women 
Summer & career 
opportunities (will train). 
ExcsUent pay plus world 
Iraval. Hawaii. Bahamas, 
Caribbean. Etc. CALL NOW I 
206 736-7000 Ext. 
308C. 

DRIVER / COUNTER GIRL 
Mainstreel Cleaners 
Part-time driver needed 
$S. hr. and up Counler 
girl, will tram Students 
are welcome Call Jae ® 
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HELP WANTED 

Miller Bros Landscaping. 

$6, hr. General yard work. 

Flexible hours, can Gary @ 
„:, 439-3388. 

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BWN: MONE Y AT HQMEI 
Assemble Jewelry. Toys, 
Etoctronics. others FT & 
PT work available. Call 
(Refundable) i 518 
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24 HRS. 



TYPIST 

Prof academic lypist. 
Thesis, resume develop 
ment. reports, etc. Hourly 
rale includes: paper 
spelling accuracy, 
punctuation A editing, il 
requested N.W. area pick 
up and delivery available. 
Contact Donna © 438- 
4971. 



SECRETARIAL SERVICES 
WPS Secretarial Services 
otter last, accurate work. 
Letters, resumes, reports, 
etc. Call Sheila @ 307- 
0414 

SOWD SERVICE 
A nice cool (Previously 
frozen, freshly thawed) 
slippery Squid wrapped and 
hand delivered in one day to 
your recipients door, 
anywhere in Ihe Harper 
Dist Special introductory 
oner $10. a Squidi Great 
for a person with or 
without a sense of humor. 
Call 99 11 193. Leave a 
message'. 

AL-A,NON 

M,ftetings will be h,fl,ld on 
campus at Harper College 
starting. October 25 For 
more information about 
this support group, contact 
Health Services' ® Ext 
2626. 



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The Harbinger October 6, 1988 



Page 8 




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TmJiJ Teitu (23) breiki f« hg yi,nl»ic 



frtom Aj, Oi**ii Kodtgi 



Let the 
White Sox walk 



W(lll«ai A. SiHl* 
%lan Wriltf 

*"el|., once ■fiiii om 
|k)r«:>MS Cllicaio While &:» ne 
111 il» iiewt. Tfcis time. 
WFLD..13 If lev I sum. (tini(i||)t 
H« p:iir<-ni ,, iimpany F-'(M 
Tclc'x lucm Setwcwt. a . »'OuU 
ym l)elic*e ita. suing (he cliih 
tw temg, piufai:' 

Nij». I (c, 

ft»un<ktl, towevcf, :' . : i 

<f 'llie iHrlKMi (rf Mjyor 

' iwt our lawmjkff* m 

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rciiKjn Few m;i.»ork manu lo 
ijwml *h,ai will he * grcji <k]«) 

til money «img ihf Soi « itat 
lllMeal ill pnying ihc |,;,jni, 

U»cy cdiild iM (NiKr sk>w* thai 
people will wauh. m4 

idwrtiKnwiiw ihat will m.iilte 
■lie MalkMi rmnicy. 

Now. 1 fcatlj (liiiVi Wame 

Ihc Si:n fof h;mc «i txul Hcv 
Iticy irc in ihc M,jj.,:ir l..-iij;ik:i 
Ho* iTun> i.ihi.-( ii'.uir. , ,«. .^j 
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HAWK 
OF THE 

WEEK 



«« Siiidt Saltainrt 
^l«ff Wrltirr 

Jamtc W,„)nl « mji |usi yoiii 
averjutcprlni-iiifcixir. 

Word was ihe I' m the. word 
HJWER a» ihe Haijio- volleyhall 
team pt)wcfe<l mi Oalev I";. 
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liwrnU ait, iieiti 
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Harper slips noose on 
Dupage 



Hv %«n<l_» SilktKir* 
M«fr WrIttT 

Just hj' iKicning lo ihc 
UmHll vitiory wig you can icli 
i-hai ihe llawl'i were weary, hm 
ihankful thai Uicy teal ihc'cOD 
CtiatHMjuk 24-. 2,1 for a Cirst place 
lie in Ntjrih Central Ct»mmumiy 
ro:tlegc Ccinl'ertnc:e. 

The: bigjte*! play of ihe (fay 
won't show up m the hoi score. 
hoi M might sh*m> up on the head 
or Chapparals head coach Bob 
Ma-'Dougall as gray hiur. 

With I 01 remaining m the 
game and COD al Harpers 42- 
yard line. Chap* (juancrhacli Cuit 
Miller thru a strike lo Lance 
If WIS where unrorttinalely foe 
Ixwis. he mcl Harper's linclwcker 
Jeff Ttjpcl. Topel knocked ihe 
hall loose and Sieve Turzynski 
recovered il at Harpers 25 "I 
saw him (l-ewisl caith ihe hall." 
sa>d Turiynski -Icfl Topel 
lackkMl the guy: he flipped him 
over and lite hull came looie. I 
iuntiicdon it." 

Cod first sct»re caine on their 
scco'ttd ptissession when Tarry 
WiUiaros kicked a » yard field 
goal with 3:20 on the clock m 
((uaiter niim:hei 

The Hawks' snapped inio 
place in the second when AI 
Snyder put the lid on CODs lead 
when he tonnecicd wiih Ja,mes 
HaywwHl for a 2S„yard pass 
ti>iii'hdo«ii. 



The Ch.ip% finished off the 
first h:iH mih a fhil .Sevier 7- 
yard touchdown run. and a 
Williams 50 yard Ik Id goal to 
g.ve Ihe Chaps ., n-7 halftimc 
lead 

Harper unleashed Bill 
Kersiem on a run for 7 giving 
HariK-r a 1 4 Ulead after a Miller 
f'Uvkcd punt by Harper's 
defensive lack .Scou Miller. 

COD retaliated wiih a 
louehdown of their own when 
Mdlet connected with Ixwis fw a 
■»5-yard pass. A 2-poini 
tjmversion by Miller made the 
Horc : I 14 to put COD hack in 
ihe lead. 

The Hawks' tied the game up 
•1 21-21 early m the founh when 
Snyder handed off to Speedy 
HayiTOod for a 6.yard touchdown. 
Harper s final pos-session was 
a Mjignus Brannstrom field goal 
with 3 51 left m the fourth. 

The Hawk.1 took 2 deby of 
game penalucs and ran the bill 
out of Harpers end tone, giving 
tlw: Chaps a safety and a l-pomi 
deficit. "We were trying to avoid 
a safely. " said Snyder. "They 
had us covered 3 on 2 on our 
reeeivcrs . We tried to gel them 
out of II and avoid ihal (a 
sal'ety'l." 

The Hawks' will travel lo 
Olgesby. Illinois to take on the 
Illinois Valley Ap,achcs .Saturday 
at 7:,3() pm. 



. HHrPEr 
INTRHMIIBHI.R 

sijin up now in M-buildingI 

8-BALL 

Billiards ToiirturriU'iif 



"!)" Kun iifltvaltToyrnamciit , 

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..' ■• liloieiii'Wiintl 
,'"i'<i|'>I lverllio*u;n;,,,i, :■( ■ ,: ' 

rbere will be an 

"•■xif iniporlant mtH'ling 

„,u'<! Ihe new fcrnis u*e<t ■'"' ''' * p «,« I C n t i £1 1 

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i':.:iiif>' i„>citd,liMc: M nil day. October I7t,h 

W'i},- \ ' h I:| 1" I ,|:|:|:,|, ''■" ^ l^l i""'- 



500-100(1 \trle Club 

Kun,/\\'alk/S\vii^ 

Here's the deal: 



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..■i\ fiin,''vv4l'k,:'s'*im anywhere you 
■ 'j-iic aiul lt.\i:, il in the 
'II iln; li"it,riimur;il lahlc in 

,-: ukt'o out :(>l"i!':. 



:■ 1111,1; I lie .'^(K),-M)(if 
i Harper Ceil lej:i' ^■' 
mile i'luh I' ■.shirt. 



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VOL. 13 NO. 07 



fl|'gJL|^|UM I9|gup^u|^ f^j^Hj^^^ "1*1^^ 

■tflHMPirjr miHvpnra v-vmms^k i ■■ 



Octslier 13, t9flt 



lltiaait 



Smithsonian educates the public 



Smithsonain lecture and seminar program 



i| Tradji 
SlalT WrIMr 



Staged HI. college*, iniveiti:- 
tiei, librafies and jhumiiiiiii 
ihrougliout Ibe coiiniry. lite 

Siiiiili„«>nan liwiiime'* Lxcmrt 
•iwl Semitmr Piognim hnn$i die 
insiiiutc » the. pcopk:, Tlie 
Smi*w)iujB Ntutiuil AsMJCiiilM 
Uxiim uiMl Seminar Ptt,,(iiii m- 
nves in the mutJiwHH luburta 
Ckkihcr 20-21. 

Ejii:li. aeiiwiac is dciifiutl lo 

'!n|»lciiie« hxal intcrctB of 

iJividuiil con»iwiii«.!t M well 

m 10 n'ppeal lo « wuriciy ttt ages 

aikl. fiUDity giiMpt. 

Ccwpiwsors rcspmnWc for 
ihc (fci'ttoitnteril irf lltii si-ric-. 
tMcluile Hirpei' ("alk-fc 
A,rlmgton Heights Mctimnil 
I '^rsfy. Rtxwt'vfl! I'nivccity. 

'. I'll In 

tath ijXMsiifun «g»m/a.. 
iKin asviuTO |. liaijoi) pct'>»:)n who 
assHiii wild puhlKiiy. pfuvulfi 
pfogram spate and .luiJui- visual 
equipnicm, HKjicr's liaison. Dr. 



George Voeget. eagerly 

anticipales llic f.tnhamimg 
Mriea *Tliis Is a culmination ol 
alRKMt two j«jirit effort,- said 
VcKgel. 

Nat.ioniil GorjMnlc !i:|ioil.Hit 
play a major role ti the 
fciisilttliiy of tlK entin pragnai. 
AfrliM's provide ieduce< fare 
iicleis, hoteU «l(tr 
OoniplHiiwiilary accaniRM><lalM>n.i 

In addition, non" profit 
«|»iu/atimw„ which tl.H,:i jhaic 
tlie Sitmhsoniar* edut'itionat 
|Hil».,pmvidt' funding. 

For four days, the 
Smithisoaian ha.i. Uie oppomintty 
to ictiiiitnl their local 
memhfr<:hip atiJ iht general 
■'uWh, with (iK-ir research 
(WOiirmii^ and cc>ltet;n*,ins, Harijer 
benefits loo. Thti rs an 
opptniiruiv 1.1 lawodiite the 
">••'• 'tal oinioitu 

avaih' .,,iiiiniiuB.iiy, 

Ciimbining somewhat 
opposite ends of lJ>e S(>ctlrum 
Hartter's progranB include on 
■nrnrsday, CVtohcr :;('• at ">■ VVM. 



One-man art 



show 
many 



Bf Jtff f'rtebu* 

^laW Wrlttr 

The Am Ctmmitlec of * 
Harper College Educationa 
f-0'iiintliiti«:« held il'j fim one- 
nun .ihO'W of Richard Muiil'i 
Ky.lptures m Tuesttay. Cktofter 
.11 

*eathcr atid Dr. 
Mr.:... ;\ ,.1... iwo .».««iai« of 
ihe .lit com m nice, were 
rc^ijjoinihk; forobuinmi? Hunfs 
.icij.lptires on ,i icmrmnri (■•.im- 



highlights 
sculptures 



"Sallv t'": 



.'.ithci .mil 
.11. h«.d me 
■n)[mg Ihe 



M.. uiptufi% H" H,.,|t[i.. . 
Huol,. 

Th;., - ■" 

low O! 

jcwlptyrr-, 

■"Harper has. a sculpture 
pi-opjm and I was ahic lo m-c 
their seutplurej." ctplaincd 
Hum. 

Hum 
tempotii 
»eillptU(t>. itMn!,'i.-ii .■-• ri'. 



ri n^iX) li' 



pccei :tre m and around buikltng 
A; one at the entrance, fouf in^ 

the college center, lour others 
on the ncOTh piiiio. and two at 
llie peninsttta on die lake. 

"While it IS a iem|Ki*ir> 
eih.lhilii.m II lo.i>l.< rn-ffujnrnt 
and i>. . . ■ -v 

*erc ' ..i[s 

aiNKCit,' HiMi acuKiu.iic.et.) at the 
rectimctn. 

'. .the I .. . " ■ . 
•ere .d«w 

my slwlio i,nv V, tiiiiu::i'i vu\ m 
the .lenieii Fihricnu}; 

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I'1K.K 

.'\lL-l Hi., t, .ill! Hum till,] tir, 
fir^l iiruMTLin «h.i)» in h'SS he 
riixciu'd man) iutiiin..ii .mJ liii.al 
honois., teaching posts and 
..■ommissioiH, and pariitipatcd 
.iti many one-man and group 
ciliihiiions. 



Mem Iht fyr and on Saiurday. 
(ktoher M ai 2 OOPM. An m 

Puhtii- Ptticr.! 

Before and after the an 
lecture, student mcrnher!; of Phi 

Then Kappa will he availahlc for 
tours of Ihe eiiensive art 
colUxiicin in tkk public )>la<:.e. 
B.(>lh lectures will' he held in 
llttiUimg ",r Room 14,1, 

Duriri|! the past ihiricen 
ye»s the Smitli.winian National 
Assoc iaics Leciure and Seminar 
Program and hxal cospmsots 
tavc worked logcihet u> espand 
their commitments to public 
«tiica.tKjn and ■scht.ylarship Ummch 
informative and appo.ilm,,; 
pnW"* f« «»ll .K«men.t.i ul the 
Amencan 0)«ffliMi.ity. 

Dean of Educational 
.Services. Dr. Cieorfe Voegel, 
contends II will be a coup "for 
Harper if ihe t-iiiTim unity 
parlicipaies! Tickets for the 
series and rescrvaiions for the .an 
walk will be: available ai the diwr 
....I :,. .:;., f.,. avsilaWe hasi!. 
i. .11 other programs It 

'■'■ ■ ■ '-y contat:ting Dr 
Vocijd at I 2260. 



LECTURES 

Thimday, October 20 

Exploring Microspace: More than Meets the Eye 

Jcflity Post. Geologist, Dcpannicni of Mineral Sciences 

National Museum of Natural History 

Under the iK)wcrful eye of the elcc;tron microscope, even 

familiar objects take on spectacular new shapes. For 
geologist Jeffrey Posi and his colleagues, these 

revolmionary insi.riimfnt.s have yielded exciting new 
insights into the world of minerals, explaining such 
phenomena as the iridescence in opals and the fihmus 

nature of asbestos. Join Dr. Post as he explains the 
surprisingly sirnple operation of these high intcnsiiv 
microscopes in a lecture highlighted hv dramatic 
phott>graphs. of mineral crystals, whose delicate beauty can 
he appreciated only through the magic of electron 
miiTosiopy, 

Saiunlay, f)ct«>t)er 22 
Art in Public Places 

Virginia Mecltlenburg. Curator- In Charge, Deparimcm ol 
Painting and .Sculpiurt, National Museum of AiiKocan An 

Across .America today, monumental sculptures by .artists 
such as 

Alexander Caldcr and I ouise Ntvelson enhiuice urban 

landscapes and encourage lively debate over the place of 
an in pii*'"n" -> '. fs. Virginia Mecklenburg w^iU discuss the 
tontivn :.>unding public :irt m a lecture illustrated 

by slide:. ,.: ,„..cd sculptures, murals and fiberworks hv 

iffiw #, AiK:[ia's.tuifiai, iuum. 



Fall Fest King and Court 




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Thu: k.mg imJ hi* cinin from kh lo Ti|;hi li-rk'c M.cyej, hnx rumu-r 
up. Ttiiiy tjif:mey, km$, tLitwrnrd B. Wwllvi. luicmd mnfflT...ap 



iPtunn fcj f„hn V, 



Olympic dreams ol 
•verag* heroin*: The 

shattered dreams of 
a Harper student 
hoping to go to Soul 



Page 3 



Introdudna <ht King. 
Queen and their court: 

An interview with 

the Fall Festival 

Court 



Page 4 



Is the King of rock 
d#ad? "Heartbreak 
Hotel* rttviewed. 

Paga 4 



Corky Sieg*! pleyt lor 
Harper: The personal 
interview with 
popular blues artist 
Corky Siegel 

Page 5 



The Harper Hawks 
"sneak" past Illinois 
Valley making them 
5-1 going into their 
Fall Fest game this 
Saturday. 
Page 16 



Features 



The Hirbinuer OctoNrr IX nu 



psRe 2 



Leonchik chose Nigeria for peace 



Ov Mnna l«a 
siatt Wrl1«r 

Believing in a itrong 
intcrnauonat humatiiianar> 
(BtHieroent. formci Theater 
Maniigw Nwcy Leonctek imJcd 
the Chic«go suhurhs for die 
Sahoa IJom m Afrita 

TO'day neafl> ft.O'OO 
voliimecn ate serving in ihird 
world countries; Nant) Lromhik 
ciKwled her hand and hcjit to 
Niga m a memhcr of the Pc»;e 
Corps. 

Niger located in the midst (4 
the Sahara tkicri in Atrwa, wis 
Leonchiki "home' tor nine 
weeks. When aikeil why »he 
fomA the Pext Corp*. Lecwhft 
■eifdMlMl Willi deicrmmaticm 

"I wm:m1 m adventure' that 
waa compleiely iJifferenl from 
anything else - I wanted to help 
humaniiy " 



Wdh thi* t>t" ■ "'cy 

apphed to heoim.. ■'"I» 

Viiluntct't 1 lie "'"ly 

nualil'itaimiis required tof 
a<l«n.iAsit«n\ are lo he ..•■■.■*v •■■■■.' 
y wrs «* oUei iind lo h.,i > 
Leonchii's skill is the j: . 
communicate 

Nancy transtcir.'.l (.■ 
Philadelphia lo bfgm hct 
coimnnmeni lo ihc i>>rys Tlicrvr 
she underwent a wecK-long 
" psych«Jk)gical piepnowm" . 

'You juM diiln'i plunge mtn 
the Pence CorfK. TYns might itol 
haw heen what I really wanted m 
do." added l.coiK'hil; Ami yei, 
appircnily it was. 

RKOgltxing hei linmatiotts, 
Nancy «ei>iured on to Niget 
where »he spent three months in 
a *ilt»ge called HamJallaye 
lac:aieil outside o( Niamey, the 
capital of Niger. 

"This wasn'l any ordinary 



illagf 
the *» 

vol 11(11 



1. 'iirjn 
.ini'hik 

•,■'.' I un. |.'tcrul» 

■ . hanucd the 

,.;,„... -: Jk- Nigcfun.*. 

i .K,h volunteer was then 
MTU t.,,1 j,!i jtca according lo the 
skill in whkh h.''vh»- ..■■.lcIK-iI 
Sumc viiluniccp. went ini«i 
nuoi..lii,«'i . I'lrcirs en education 

N.in,.> »oflied with the 
studems m ihi- llniversUy of 
Niamey where -.he taught English 
as a icTond lang'uage. 

The host countries who 
K'cepl ihc Pe*-e Corps volunteers 
see many advanuges m having 
votunteers who woultl live m the 
same manner as iheit African 
cixmier-pirti. 

Tlicie amhttious voJuniecr 
ctsncteiely show their 



i:ouiMcr(>.in> ihfouch ihcii sVills 
tiat they cat and warn tu help 

In return, the soUiniccrs 
(utfilk-d the three goals of the 
Peat f Corps; 

.prxxnoic ai undwvijmJing of 
the l!niicd -Stjics 10 the host 
eountiy 

.teach a skill lo ihc hi.q 
rountrv 

.jmMTioK .ui undcrsliinding of 
a third w.orld country lo the 
United Slates. 

Leonchik worked diligently 
m jiniiiis J! ihe.se three go.ah 
Enduring ihe Niamey weather 
whteh reached 102 degrees and a 
ghemj apartment, Nancy educated 
liic Nigcnan sujdenis. 

Allhoufh limiicd in 
supplies, books and ait- 
ccmdilioning, she managed l" 
icath and c.ommunicaie with her 
NifCTian students. 





First Place 

1 year membership at the 
Woodficld Fitness Center 



Second Place 

5 sessions at the Bahama Sun 
Tanning Spa 



Third Place 

Dinner for two at Svvensen's 
Cream/Restaurant 



Ice 



Fourth Place 

$10 Gift certificate at Chili's 
Hamburger Grill & Bar 

The Harbinger needs a graphic logo lo rorreseiit ihe 
paper The graphic should fit m a 2"K,r' square .md wouKI 
he added next to the paper\ n..nu- cm the troni page F'lvc 
judges will award pri/es lo ihe lour hesi drawings based on 
crcativily. represcnialion of (he Harbinger, and onginaliiy. 

1-nmes will he accepted through Friday. Oci. ^K (one 
etiiry per person) Results will appear in the \..s'. ,* issue ot 
Ihe 'Harbinger, I-jitries should be lurned niu. ihc Harbinger 
Office, ,\367, with artisi's n.iinc and social secunly nunihcr. 




tKiring her d.i>s iil leaching 

at the riii\.:rsii\. l,A-i«i..,tiil, Inund 

th.ii ,1 Iinmci' number ol 

;., ncrc pul i,tir.iiii;h 

Jue to Ihc l.Kk -M 

imjii!;> 

The enrolliiierii dinunishcs 
,i\ each ir>dividu.il giK'A lo a 
111 jiher level of cducjtum K'tause 
1)1 iheir need lo >upporl their 
famili.,-v" xlv^i-rvcd U-etnchik 

B> prmiding more tcac-hcr\, 
the Pcatc Corps has given 
hundreds ol ihird world children 
the chance U) go in school 

IX'spue enrollmcni puucuics, 
Nancy lormed special honds 
twtween herself and her students 
Leonchik stressed that the 
students v.erc jlways eager lo 
Icam 

Schioling in Niger is ii rue 
ol passage into ihe nn>dem wcxld. 
The studenis opened lo the 
possibility of change, of diftctcni 
apimiaches and ol a hcilcr life 

■ If I had the money. 1 would 
hrmg the Nigerian students lo 
America." stated Nancy, "They 
»t such good students." 

While in Niger and heiwccn 
leaching periods. Nancy had a 
chance lo cuplorc her 
surroundings. 

Poverty -Mricken people 
lined ihe sirccts cvcrywheri', 
IVL'iMi.,, li-ivts, nialnulnlmiK-.l 
h.j! I. . .,li ..'.iscd iridividuafs wen- 
.ii!ii. iru,- i.i-.c inynads. 

I lie \c.is diriy. ragged and 
,li., ■•, i.i,,i.',t \,iii., \ "u was 

! that 
v.iluniccrs rciii *--'ii t'i,ii|'lL,i ■ ■■■ 
ilii- h.isK. huiii.iii needs Mi :, X 
liKvl, w jicr. cdiicauon and shelic? 
lor Ihe (Moresi peoples in llic 
miiKI i..;li,r people oflcn uke 
l!i,',e II 'ii, ■ liir granlcdl, 

.■\ii«cnc.ii>s are liiily hlessi-d 
ficople." aildtvl Leonchik, 

One aspect that Nancy and 
the Nigerian students aerccrf 
upon, was that "human naiurc is 
universal," Human heings are 
basically the same regardless ol 
their sums quo or ceonomis 
level, 

"There arc your greedy 
human heings and your ignorant 
human KnnRS. yet there are alw 
your wonderful human Ixiings. 
siaicd Leonchik. 

Coming home. Nancy had lo 
face the process of readjusting 
Beside ■ m half a shoe 

SIM ail, 'Ugh physical 

eiaminalions. she is as vivjcious 
a* ever. 

"Peace Corps was a (Xtsiuve 
inlluencc and a lifetime 
enpericnce that one can hold on 
forever." remarked Ljconchik. 

Currently. Nancy is Icmking 
for a joh with a humanitarian 
company Leonchik s 

deierminalion lo help impmvc 
Ihc welfare of mankind has left 
hcf with dreams and hopes for the 
future's outlook 

Peace Corps is tough work! 
Yet Leonchik points out that 
volunteers .join the Corps to 
leach, inlluence and lo, .leave 
s<ime,ihlng hchind. 

In short il is an cxtvrience 
in which a fairly ordinary 
American has the upjsiruiniiy lo 
exchange ideas, skills and 
cultures with fairly ordinary third 
wtitld peoples. 



Features 



Tht Hirtingfr October 13, Itn 



pagt i 



Olympic dreams of average heroine 



Hi MIclitIc Oitrnvikl 
I'tawrm Kdltiir 

"Wheu I was, |,y,,„j( „n mf 
!>•(*, met ilioij,Urf wk lymg nei,i 
loiiif jaw," 

Hi! Imwd'udc by ■ cuf 
ctmmg tm of • fas ' .iiii»n. 
tl''mipiail hie yi: 1 1 SI P*l|,* 
AH>r«-fctMari.oiii llcw lo the 
dwihile ye:Bt>» tme of a (ijiif-hiw 
thiKiiKiMMic. 

On thM day m Fetmiirj:. 
MuriotK (cunenify i n^mtm 
mmkm ill HiM|w) •» iniiiMi on 
1 4.1 mite bcifi (10 L»kt Sweet in 
tMmniitgillfc. 

After ihai ..iiiil.ni- miput;!, 
"I *:«.■. hlAti/'O III til,, Kwiki. ill 
•■» iiih.Miiluk-1). <jii.|>«i,ii-v»hl€ ihui 
'><««■ *cre m:i cjirs tonnnf.- 
roaaiied Miriniij,, 

tii'fttctcil with • dwta:«fc'<.l 
ittiwiUer. fmi mm wnwiltticl* 
u*.™ » ihc kit at ki<«t»ti*l. jirt 
men wnilerrcj » Evmskhi 
Hoipittl it> he <;»amin«d liy hcf 
(JwiiortKiipeiln; ju-ieim, 

"It (the iliOBl'derl juii 
pofptd out o( ilic focket 



Marioiii. (Uuittict of a 

ivofeiional San Dtcgo fwxMI 
pliyCT. hcgan in iniercsl m iirol. 
ifcliliiig when «hc wai eight 

Her fiihct lo*'cil le spcdd 
*JMc JWid vm:t Marioiti. "Had rm 
brothm aid met low. of (rw-ndv- • 1 
)Wt f<3l in (he gTwne*" In her 
Usen* *he »£|i,>|)ieil hiic r«in| m 
•el! and lurwed lo bet «e<:»d 
fiwii eitliiBvely m ife iO 

taitiled ftrn in i:te Sufc of 
Ulinou *im:c agt- nine, Mmmii 
hn an miiireaivn- fira»d of bule 

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I*iii:ii hiH beoii in m imh)' 

.■■< i„h»l 'ihe "can't 
■ ''i/r htj'w many I retfty 
enpvexJ n'" 

I •(.mliln't itaJf ii (the 
expciicncf ) for inyihitig." 
Miirn»i juMh, " It » bten titti, " 

Aihrechi'"Mj«oiu (m,i her eye 
on the gold in the Seiwl 
Olympic) ((w [he 2aiM tjc«* 



ni« tefiw tfie accident 

Three ylfciittf nirgerr* Itcpi 
her from the Olymf-:, 
which »etc i»n iio'li,- ' 
gime%. It) lour *ecii,i ^^.,l.l,r^^t r, 
fc'hcdulcd for a fourth ofcraiitm, 

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'Ttle KXKkni knl, iioi only a 
tieitiewtm* phyatal aitrnficc hwl 
» mental lai a »eH. "tv™ 
dnvini mii.ke% me pinmiwl now 

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?«<' ■•'lied this 

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NA TIONAL COLLEGIA TE 
ALCOHOL AWARFMSS WEEK 

OCnWER 17-21. l9,HiS 



'"Why ttol K<T|> H'urtiBjj Mywtf 
Vanm Snuih Ph f'> 

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,.Ne«in>[»ytru,.i»gi^.i ..lx-Li,;,iti/n:n. m J,;..' , .. ! .nlJia,vc 

'dbwfcfs. ThM scmtinar prescnit. a i,- i ,! ji... uamn iif 

ateoliolaiiii.. m dlBtgiMiii.|:i Mil iieaintcm, Hn dM|,m,Hini. ie|jiicn» 
n cniiikxl If j'Ml: hair I-tajf (fcal.s. is it a Zeftci'! 

" .-VkohiJl/Dmp Ml the l,.j*'" 

Dm Williimii, Pilinirae M'w IX-pinmenl 

'Tuesday , Ot.u*er !H. I(i-,M,M'I,':».,)^M. i.uild:w| "-A" 
RoMi 242 a«.l: 

'TfcM.rsd.ay, Otinti.e.f :ti (.j-ooPM, BtrJldrnf **"■' 
Boiiidlitini ;<n 

'Hits iin.fooniiiiv.e mtormjl , gmtn hy 

'Din WtHiiaim, a (k!le«:..|tvc ■■ ...k- mvcMiisaiing, I'mt 

"I1»e pfe:!a;ntatt(i«. mcltHlir-< n <.in drrvmj yruto die 

li».l),|i«iic«. ptifiMMM ol .iti ,..,. , and conwiiMcntct for 

•arioiiii ifei. .A detailed *.«:ripi,ion .i( the mtt trnvtv *t'tl 

'he a:ceMyaied *i;ih a 'brief rd,m ( ...K,:nH. m..) ju.,;i.,(„.,n irc 

einiiiDi|i.iii. 

'"Che mu: ally Ikpendirsi ' x 

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raeal. ywii I.. ■ .i. aclai*.- 

wmt. even yinin«,i("l 

S.u.h«tan(c abiiie c«» sffm 
•nyime. and iho* »h. . ■ ■ 
fntm ii.. teWom reci>i. 
iidmd 'ttle diuiten. 

■■'Jiiil Myng no 10 driigV 
won't «l*e the .wtauimce ahme 
piiiMem* fa£.in| HMwy eol;l.(|* 
«iiik-Trt< ami fix.jt ..■iwim»mii<s. 

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has .fill iIi,>m: li. hoiiiiL, („.:>'. ci Ule 

p«*l ihriT yeais. nuite th,i,in '5«iO 

peuple hme taen aitesind fi:ir .faig 

and alojhol (,'W.,iI'l ofren*c* »tihin 

the Harper ("ollefe »i;,;ho»l. 

di'vtnei 

In an cirmi lo educate and 



IHim facult).' i|.nd iiudeniv, 
Hifpet'i Health Scrnec im|:.|. 
meniing: a i*o...ycai, (cdcnili.. 
funded liniii .\i, .>(i,.i . 
Wellr. 

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'M'l..,il>,l,'iri.|i iiui..l.M-.:! 

e.«..ihtif,hi:ng a Student 
AdwBii Profrain and .rfenLim 
coninninity re«»urces and lel'cn .: 
pr^*er:i.rfK .trr urii.vntf iii^ iit^iev 

■ . -: I,),\WN 
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(ai-uttv and sulf litdividuak 
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and ptiletn found m crict 
of (cbtimthipt ami role 
caaiMiMd. Amg. wi;" 
uiliie ID jMuniMe Rx . 

'AkuhO'l and A,lco.hol Ptobtemr Fain.Hy Inges and 

lam RoMi. PIt.D, 
Tueiday. Ociohei 
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S. 7..H:(.||.|'M. Hu.ldmg "A''. 



ROOSEVELT GIVES YOU A LOT OF CREDIT 

(AND CREDITS) FOR CONTINUING 

YDUREDUCffnON 



l:ll.im>ts ftytWogica) 
Organ,Biti€>ii. aind highly nwilified m mrfrni thu •ti-^t.i.m 
ccweniif a full scope of area* m .:. ' ■ 
pTC'vemtion, mtervemutin.. an eptdc n 

"h 'There Somemme You Cati- Atoui Wl>««.- U.mti,iiig 
Conttm* Ytm',*"" 

hnel Dtsicusiioft 

Wwlneiday. Oeltitx-r l'*. 'I ii> i (K'CVI, Buildmi;: w 
:BiiiiRln)>ini]Il 

This pact coniMs oC rfpie«nu.tivet from vwnims jclf. 
help gn'wps di.iKiinng. tow to fecos«).i./e a prtWem, feeling* 
atout dnofcing m it relates to friends * lamily. and how to 
help, There is an oppiwunjiy for micstms frtmi the authenc-e. 



Cif n»«»d iwi »m 4. 



WK' u«tef aland' that'iou'w invested a loi of hard work m 
your education .Sowhenyoutranslei'tofloosevell we 
make eyery effort to sm that me tf ansitton is smtxith fof 

O0nt'in.uing yoor stutjies 

We offef a wioe vanety of degree programs itwluding 
Hospitality Management. Business .Administration, Conv 
pyter Science.. Economics. Joiirnalism. Music. Theatro 
and. many .others What's rriore. we J»ast a top-notch 
tacutty. small classes and .admission counsetors ready 
to assist you m enrolling at Roosevelt 

E'wn if you re not quite ready to transfer we urge you 
lo talk iwith one of our counselors and tour one of our 
campu'ses Ranninq early insures a sm.ootri transfer 



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430 S MKtiigan Amnue 
CHicago lllinoiB6(W» 

fteaiii semi mn furthw .(ntomation and a 
•ichiMW* of dKMis. I ■m.eenSKlerwig 
IrnnsfBrnng to Hoos»i»elt 

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News 



The Harbinger Odaber 13, IMS 



pa|e4 



Introducing the King, 
Queen and their Court 



■If Arte* CMaliiid 
Staff Writer 

The Tall festival ctmmiilK 
(elected ihc nntt king and his 
cotan in httiory lo letgn beink 
llie queen ind her conn. The 'liX 
Fall Fcsi Cnwn consists of 
Qneen Susan Kruizler, King 
Tony LjfBmie. first runnersup 
Micbele Osirowitlii and David 
Meyei and second runners -up 
Gina Graxiadei and Edward B. 
Wallace. 

According to Fall Fesl 
Chairfxrton. Jennifer Hiergeiii. 
lllc (lueen posilton wu applied 
for t>y eight women and the Ling 
by four men PartKipanis of die 
conieil were permitted lo 
nominate ihemielve*. tm be 
iponsoicd by a cliib or 
organi/alton. MirrKeist was 
hififiy to set such a gtMX) turnout 
<iif candidiiics fur king iind queen, 
hiMCver. iihe did nciUiT a decline 
m MW' nunher of ifueen upplicanis 
whtch she attribulcs lo lack of 
(minioucin and ailveni.9iflg. 

The mtKkni body was not 
given an oppoituniiy lo me (or 
the king, queen, and their court. 
All applicants wecr interviewed 
and screened hy a lour person 
commillee : Michael Nejman. 
c«M]fdinalor of student activities; 
lennifcr Hicrgeiu. fall festival 
chair-person: Laura Jacobson. 
ftudeni trustee; and Steve 
Himgsburf. music director of 



WHCM radio iUUion. 

The conimitux bated thcu 
selections im ^ifiearancc, fume, 
personality, panicipalion in 
cotkge Bid community activiucs, 
scholastic and persomi goals as 
well as overall opinions of the 
applicants. Hiergt-isi stressed 
three factors which the coun 
needed to have: invotvcrneni. 
intenesi and endiusiasm "We di 
not lonk al the persons physical 
beauty We actually look mui the 
person. We were looking for 
people who could rcpreient 
Harpci," saad Hiergeist 

Queen Kjia/ier. Ifl yean old. 
is a biology rmjiv and president 
of ftafper's biology club. She 
will transfer lo Loyola for a 
liiology legree upon graduation 
here at Maipa. Currently Kruiiler 
IS a phi Iheui kappa candidate 
with a 1.«7 GPA. "1 didn 1 cntxt 
It I had nothing to say I jusi 
ccwldn't believe it," said Rmt/ler 
about ber jwlwtion. 

King Laramie, alio U yean 
old. says, 'I'm pliinning on 
innsfcmng u> Weslcm ne«t year 
after I get my assocmie's degree, " 
"I want to go into some branch 
of the FBI or the secret service 
al'lei I graduate." added Laramie 
Laramie ran on Ac inck team 
last ycai and has been active in 
the Program Board. La.<!t year he 
was a Dj for WHCM and ihii year 
Laramie is General Manager. 



*i think it's a gieat honor and 
I hope It starts a tradition for 
future kings.' taid Lanmic 

Osirowski will uansfer lo a 
four-year colicfc majoring in 
medicine She boasts a 4.00 GPA 
while remaining active in student 
activideji La-st year Ostiowski 
was a student senator, siudenl 
ambassador and volunteer for the 
Lutheran General Hospital. This 
semesicr she is the Features 
Editor for die liirbuigcr. 

Meyer. 36 years old, would 
like lo attend Columbia with a 
iheaier major and communicauon 
minor. He has achieved a J.8S 
CPA while aiding Mike Brown. 
set designer, on set construcuoa 
for many of the Haiper theater 
produclions He has also been in 
a number of plays both on 
campus and in the community. 

Ora/.iJtlei plans lo trans Ter lo 
L; of I in Champ.ui'n m-iionng in 
business and lo gci on lo Ijw 
school to become a coiporaie 
lawyer. She has a 3. 3S GPA and 
enjoys both dancing and smgmg. 
Ora/iadci says. "I thought "ii 
would he a teal nice oppotuinuy 
lo reptcsem the school. 

Wallace is a finance major 
iransfcmng alsj) transfetring lo U 
of I in Champaign. Sponsored by 
the PolUicaJ Science Club, he is 
also an active member of the 
Young Corporate Attii.-.iTs n,; 
htf a 3.0 CPA 





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Monitor the goings-on 
around campus and off 



By Barb Mlcbtlinl 
Starr Wrltrr 

Sn new Sludcm Activiucs 
monitors were installed u> replace 
the two LED display systems 
which used to be in building J 
near the Box Office and building 
A in die cafeteria. 

The project was alloiied 
$15,000 from the Student 
Activities budget. SIO,()00 of 
which has already been spent. 
Director of Sludeni Activities. 
Jeanne Pankanin. hopes to 
purchase an additional sis 
monitors with the remaining 
funds. 

The old LED sysiem was a 
class gift hack in 1981 Since 
then, the company producing 
them went iHit of business, The 
com of new t ED signs would be 
nearly as much as the new 
monittirs and would not offer an 
many options 

The nioniiors feature current 
news, sports, cultural arts 
nfoimation. health service 
updates, weather, stock rcpons 



and thvia qucstitvis. 

The campus information is 
enurred with a personal compulcr 
in the Student Activities Office 
by Terry Karow. events 
information spccialcsL lite news, 
weadicr. sports and odicr assorted 
off-campus information is 
transmuted l«>m Target Vision, a 
New York based company. 

The monitors arc very 
similar lo the ivs found m A'V 
and l«:turc halls. 

They display standard 
graphics which are general 
designs for news, spons. weather, 
etc. and custom made designs 
made for specific utpics. For 
esample. a picture of actress 
Marlee Matlin was submitted to 
Target Vision and now appewt 
on the screen advertising her 
appearance here CXi. 27. 

The monitors arc located in 
building J lobby, building M 
second Hoar, buildings F and D 
rii3>t floor and m the cafeteria and 
lounge in A building. 



Speech team 
other comniu 



By Tarl Vaughn 
Starr Writer 

After nearly two months ol 
hard work and preparation, the 
HarpcT Speech Team traveled no 
Illinois Slate University for die 
first UHimanient of the seast>n on 
October 7 and 8. Competing 
Tagamsi ilnrtfcn vulifi ;-ollcgos anJ 
universiucv. m. lulling some ol 
the top learn* m the nation, such 
as Bradley Univcrsny and North 
Cenual College, the Harper team 
rated first against other junior 
colleges, sevenih overall. 

'I was very happy. I think 
the students are very competitive 
this year, and as the year goes on 
the team will be winning a lot 
more." commented Marcia 
Lilrtnia. Harpers speech team 
COHCh. 

Linda [jing. a second-year 
mcmK^r of the team, won a 



places first vs 
nity colleges 



second place trophy for her 
Communicauon Analysis on 
Jesse Jackson s speech al the 
Democratic Convention. Lang 
also placed well in Informative 
Speaking. 

The other students 
compcung for liarpei were Wynn 
Gripiie in Poetry Reading and 
txtemporanoous Speaking, Peter 
Lindstrom in Persuasive 
Speaking, Cathy Machalski in 
Informative Speaking. Cnsann 
Morgan in Novice Prose 
Reading. Scott NeidI in Prose 
Realing and Duet Interpretation, 
and Tari Vaughn in Program on a 
Theme, Prose Reading, and Duct 
Inteipretaiion. 

The nest u-iurnamcnt the 
team will travel In is in Decatur 
on November II and 12. For 
more information, contact Maicia 
Liuenui at extension 2944. 



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'Learning u> Love Youmeir 
Joyce Nolen Ed.D. 

Thursday. October 20, 
10:.»-l2:«tAM. Buildinj A" 
Room 241 

Medicating yourself with 
I alcohol and drugs is a dead end 
njail. Tills si'ission presents ways 
to 'iir Si; If -esteem so 

jiii. . I'ciUT and belter-- 

est- ;mil worse. 

Don't miss the super films 



in Building "A". Room 241 and 
the videos in Building "J" lounge 
showing continuously from 
10-00 AM to IflOPM on Monday 
and Wednesday Ocuiber 17 and 
19. Stop by the displays in 
Building "A" Student Center 
from 10;«AM to 1:00PM on 
Wednesday. October 19 duiing 
the Sell Help Fair. 

Call the Drug. Alcohol and 
Wellness Nciwotk (DAWN) 
Office at E«lension 2626 it you 
have any questions or »i.sh to 
help. 




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Palatine, Illinois 60067 
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Editorial 



The Harbinjer Oclober 13, 19KU 



{Mice 5 



Letters to the Editor 

Quayle is... 
Dukakis isn't! 



Y'Mur niinaging ciiitor b 
light It B »cry im|)OfU<nl thai wt 
att bcciMie etfucmicd alwui the 
poliMjii Kcnc this yeaf. Tha is 
llic mmi imixirtiini cIccikhi «e 
have fiK'cd rn 50 yfars. This 
elecuon *ilt stapc our fuiure is 
wc head inu ttte IWtii tnd 
bejwml 

Now lei me anfwtr anoiJler 
question. Who is Dm Quayle? 
Dm Qwylc is ihe vice presi- 
dcniisl noninee for the 
Rtpulilicaii Pany ajil is cuncnily 

• laiiMor in our neighhoring 
S«M*oriMliana. 

Bdoie he was a senator, he 
p yean in the Home of 
entaiives. He siis on the 
powerful Arms Seivicci 
Conniiltec ai well m being a 
mmilMf of ilae Later and Hunuui 
S«iwk«i Committee He 
MllMmied a bill to help tram and 
re-liain ihow who arc out of 
work; he Juppofted tverylhmg 
lliat Prniifeni Reagan itandi (or. 

This ekctioo oill decide 

• hethcf we wilt move ahead 
under the leadenhip of George 
Buith or slip 1(1(0 "Miilnifht in 
Anteriia' undvi liberal, 
iiieaiieiienced Oovcrmjr Micliaet 
Dukafcis. If the 'Duke ' ii riecud. 
ho u prepared lu do lo America 
what he ilid 10 Tax «:hiiMCi. 

An Governor of 



MMnacliiiMlc. every tiitnc: be' halt 
a ptobicm with money he :ympl) 
raised laxei He raiKd lues itiiix 
limes m>d now the »uie has the 
highest proptrrty tai o( any \mc 
m the Linton. Dukakn claims 
that He balamed hudgeLi (« wn 
yean Ktiaight. TTie Iki a dial tbt 
iilalt of Matiachuwil* hai 
a law on iJieir books (hat layi 
"there must be a balanced budgei 
every year, other* m you could 
be held in violauon of law and 
pnineculcd* 

How can you trust our 
Nattonal security to a man who 
has only met one interTMional 
leader and hu never really done 
any type of foreign relations 
work? In an articte that ipiieared 
in a September 141i8 edition of 
THE NEW YORK TIMES, 
world leadcfs woe aikcd whether 
they would like lo see Bu.sh or 
Dukakis as the President Their 
answer was ihn ihey tmslol Bush 
M f>resideiu imd would father deal 
with the ciperieneed Republican 



So. tbcre you have only a 
few facia (hat an; nm MiKnded lo 
do anything, CKcepi educate you 
about the election scrne I hope I 
have been helpful and that ytwi 
considet all aspects before you 
vole on November R 

RONALD LOVATT 

COLLEGE RErilSLICANfi 



MM. %^ 11 • k3 V LI I* • 

Bombing? 

Is Reagan's memory 
lapse contagious? 







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with our mom 



\nj tit 

I Slaf Colaaaial 

it k»ks like wlaier i* nearly 
Ihere. and snow is jasi around the 
comer I can always lell when 
Iwtnier is on the way by the shift 
of inicrest in my home, 

A Tire has been blazing in 
the fiiepbice for at least a couple 
of weeks now. hot cocoa has 
become a permaneni addition to 
the weekly shopping Itsi. and 
children have been battling with 
mom over whetbet or not 
oatmeal really sucks to theu nbs 
and keeps iliem warn on die way 
to school. 

hlom lost the battle when 
she couldn't come up with an 
explanauon for why she wasn't 
eatuig It for bfcakfa.il as well. 

Another tell-tale sign 
inc ludcs the bruise Mom hn on 
her shin fiom attempting to brave 
the ascent inio the attic at 
K;00am. before the coffee haa 
kkkod in. 

Meanwhile, the bus was 
booking out in frcmt and in hopes 
thai the childttm would keep 



I nfis relieved to read Robyn 
Davis' cdi'lorial (HarbinfCf. Ocl- 
(>) about pi.>!itKal ig.m:ira.nce on 
campm. t\ha iMtening to holh 
dchaics I Presidential and Vice 
Pre»idcntial)'. as well m utemg 
interviews from hodi tampaigns. 
I< have two contpetltng reasons to 
imc imdecidicd voters to reg ister 
and. vCNc tor Mk-heal ttakakis: 1.) 
OeoTfc Bush, and It Dan 
Quayle. 

First. Ceorfc B.ush. My 
inilial: leKiion was. well, I'm 
enployed and MH at ww yet. and 
R<ragan«>mKs baxn't hit the fan 
yet. so, why not a republican 
•dminisiratioo'? Then Ceorfe 
Bush hegiin ai uilk. and ruined it 
nil 

The null says he stands l« 
a.nu-bigoiry wd ami-seinitis.m 
(sofiiewheit in Argentina.. 3 MK 
year-old Nans aie. tull gigghng). 
He referred to the 
■nniveriary of the bombuig of 
Pearl Haihor as Sept. 7. This 
W'tMild be a very patnotic thing to 
do. if the die bom.bing uccurred on 
Sept. 7 (But then again he was 
tmly .1. 'motnhs offJ 

He keeps refcrrtnf to 
Dukakis as a "ciid tarrying 
mem.bcr of the ACLl". Silly 
me, I always rigwed any gfoup 



whose sole purpose was to 
uphold the consWution md c ivit 
hbeitics was lo 'he applauckd 

Then I discovered ihc most 
frighienijii aspect ol ^ Cctitj-c 
Bush administration Three 
justices of the Supreme court 
will 'be .ovci iiCi whe.n the new 
pfesidcnl takes office All ihrer 
arc considered Itbeial judtns 

Right now (be court is 
considered balanced. Dt> you 
Ihink jcimeone w'hii spits out the 
word Uherat like a was liwi & 
onions will appoint any liberal 
judfes if/whcn il becomes 
tHcessary'' 

The second mtM fnghlcning 
aspect lo a Bush admtmstRitKm » 
die posMbiliiy tliai scimciimc in 
the twsi four years «e might be 
■saying "Prcsidem Quayle'. The 
niao »[n»afrB(ly has no c<»c:e.pl of 
what a \': ■■ill does much 

Ic'ss a [•(. .ind Ihe tact 

iJial he gct> iM u.n(:i a i«). 

I have never voted in a 
Piesidential election (in 12 yean 
of eligibility because ol the 
electoral sysltm, but 1 am mx 
only KOing to vote in this om.. 
but I'm going to work for the 
Demwrats. I don't want this to 
be my lasl fiee choa-e. 
Larry raulltn 



mutens and hats intact white 
fotng to Khool (even though ii 
pmbably (id look docky) 

Where do diese children get 
their ideas from anyway? When 1 
was a liule girl, children didn't 
worry about looking dorky-ai 
leas as best at 1 can femcmbcr. 
Ihai tar back. 

The biggest telling sign 
around my houM though, is die 
sighit and sounds of dial massive 
machine. The one which 
dueaienx to make me a widow in 
dtc prime of my lite. That deadly 
gruehng, dangerous necessity. Ihe 
snowmobile. 

Last weekend when Dad had 
been missing for two days. I 
discovered hini beneath a mass of 
broken skis. lusiy chains, and 
dilapidated engine pans 

'I am going to get this baby 
ready!' He esclaimcd. He was nca 
kidding either. She was riding 
around on die concrete not five 
minutes later Sister just warned 
to know if this was indeed a 
snow mobile, and if so, why was 
l>addy tfriving it around on the 
dnvewty? 



'Well honey. Oaddy is 
getting her ready.' 1 explained 
anuftdly as I wished I knew what 
that was supposed to mean. I had 
thought she was ready after the 
was freshly paimcd m April, and 
in July, and agaui in September. 

Afier watching my husband 
go through several ami of luil- 
proof spray paint, 1 am convinced 
that he belwvcs dial if he rtleaaes 
enough fliiorocarbons into Ihe 
atmosphere, it will cause pre- 
maiure snow tall. 

I really thought she wa* 
mady when she began receiving 
her 9 Of.) p m battery charge 
every night, religiously, since 
August. Just in case-don'l you 
know. 

Even though she received 
■ew skis in June, she still ii 
treated to a lovely craiie across 
dK dry pavement of our driveway 
every Sunday-if that docsn'l 
constitute ready. I don't know 
what would. In my mind, thai 
baby isn't only ready, she's 
bumin' widi iniiety. 

Mint be winner. 




Harbinger 

Wrtliam Ramcy Harper College 

1200W. AlgonqumRoad 

Palatine.lt WX)67 

397.M0) 



Editors 



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^ews f^liiw 

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Phoio E4ni*T 
Ad«i»i. . 
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BW Balut. Boh Boi.!., Li/ Hnmstiu, 
AliM ChmiuKl, Chm C"oim.:ij><»1us. Mury 
Fimbn. Jcfl Freeha. Slirve Hill. Trudy 

lierbtt. Mimi Is*. Ian l..«m»i. Jimei 
'Lamlwiuis. BtrhMn-hcliiu, Sc«i,N«mI, 

Richitil Nu/ol. Mike Pxrti. Smdy 
S.«tviwi*rc. Witl Sleek'. JVdn -Sweimcy 



I>w.|lB'liiy 
Kobyn Dma 
Mai: Btllit 
,,, t.f Miltwiki 
.Lhfk" '"HU'nwski 
Scvll Newll 
Suiin Bemc 

Byron BImchnrd The HAHBI'NCEH u the iiudem puhliviutm for ihe H«rp«ri 

.kihnSi-intn College tampui tommunily. puhluhed "etkly estepl during 

...Ion Oi.m«i .holutays itk) find e»«mt. All opinioas e»j>rrt»d we tbmt nf the 

BichiiiJ LtCmpm* "Tiier and mil nectsMrily (hose of ihe cnllege. in udmintsuiiKin. 

of litlelles («-uliy or iiudeni hody Advertising and copy deadline it noon 

Thuridiy md copy ii suhjeti to ediimg. All letteri lo die etliun 

Blast he signed. nmnes withheld on ret{ucsl For further 

nfamtauon csU 397 inX). c>i. 24M) or 2461 . 



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Entertainment 



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"imagine John Lennon" -«»»_you^ 



jc*ii i.«nt» •"» » *'*«'■ "."r 

co..trove««l pubU. C^r^ * 

nkmei dooirocmary on K'* '«>'■• 
nmagmc. ]ol.n L"'"" ' " 
hcaiiKs ««»"«'»' *"'*"" 

well 

' •Ycm kn<>«. !«'» *** *" ** 
ilioic »<>«'«" *"'' ^'^'* " 

ST m l.«.p<»l. »" »« "" 
cvrr,talywmu»fto«H.m 

And ih.yd .11 *-«™ *?". S 
cw«onl».€««n Sol h<».8ht 

Unmm. ,,- 

fo»ii*:d the 11. . ■<*'2' 

y^rtcr I ihirt ""'« '"". 

real.*!.. Nom Ht* «'•' " "* 
ttaiimed w «»:■ ""* ** '' "' *"'""" 

XZt « '■■> '»* I"'"*'' '■>'*: 

tea- » » k-ndcney m *wum.t 

toisftw r«*»'"™'"""* 

M* (';<...(. hf w»<i(">r.' ■ 

with all 'hw •" 

by^-ei-l>a»i: ««''•■ 

mwtel-typc. 

Lennon rcali'cJ « *■* '" 
ihe ptWic c,c. He used it »s » 
IMl. * jKiSjeiM*) w ■ncreit'Ni^^ 
anuMiit of po*«' «'"'*'«'» ''"' 



I ,. .«vU He knew lie li«l 
music iH" •"•**■ '*■■ . 1 1 

r^' c.«.ful hut *« He .o«U 

IriiniciUy <""* "."".:. 

t,v ihe sJinw I>«»P'* « ' . .1 

l^v,»-. al» • doeumtntiity 

PT0d»i«t Oil*' id I- ^"l'' 

hM made. o«iMX>filnv** hull 

•nelndine 2 'Oici»,40 tutu. > v. - 

■.-(iiriiiiioin ini'ii'upi" 
,e«wpa:t.vc» »i H>« •»•*•» «"»" 
rilmte«ivil» .,,. 

Wolpc* stales «mpty. •"» 

itJ«U» not »n tilKrt <» "^.'Iw 

how to ro*e ilwf film ' 

ti was because o( Wolpn ^ 

_^-;... nnd the (act that ne 
expertise <J»« i»- ■"' , 

diin-i pait>Ml«rty know mua. 

atom John Lennon Oui >!.>*•» 

a film »to"> ti*'' '■"'■ l'"'^'^"*'' 
Uleimdcan-w. 

A (jironiaic' "•'' 
Ait 'I do it in an dl-;- . ■ _ 

F«thrtica«'n.V.*A.iun'i..J..u,r 

nghls to ncv,;:. '^ 

.••.rtRinal mM-H. ■- ■ ■ _ : ; 

,,,.immeill)y Ltomm. ..net .l»' 
,„„« of film ami videotape *m'j; 
iheir perKHial ■ ■ 
» grsntmg ih-' 



R,„ewingi*.«»*««7j* 
,, . 4,.f.,„.r,i than lookinf « 
• '..uire film A large 

'*'" -, ffvolvi-iariMind 

P'"- ^ - I- - ; ^ , ^y^.u^ 

cinematop-ir'' ■ ,,^,„, 

much o( tilt- 1' •■ . 

■•home movie.' -'"^.f;;;';;;, 

™r<.. -ihat's a Riven, What iv n"' 
rnrttl^nUeiin^hichOie 

allied. . ;.,,.. 1,1, 

One. ot die iiw« >*'■• ■; 

l«»» hH««lf """'" VZ 

filmi and viifco tapes, and tro m 
'S: interviews, -J«yco«U 

e,«ctthethougto« "^IJ' 
rfthea«,,ista>«lla.»<ac**'« 
h,s gnwdi hoih physically and 

professionally- ,,.„,,„,.,,£ 

■^ The result .- l-itiu tu. 

almost sjKKAy.Unfi'"""-"*,' 



,„,,,„i„a;t>irecMii Amdie* 
SollwasconBciedhyWo'lW'" 
:.onah„r.te with him on *^ 
,„v,fctashel«idd«:min mi is 

ttvis" 



atl I 

abpi !'■ , , . 

,l,^"i,mc, ilie „iu>1ienc:e 
(„■ t^ir,rf while H*'* 
writing II and rixoirting It. _ 

p:.rh.ii.-. 1, » P"7" 
■ ■ , «-m 10 l-e 

;, '' !,i sind the 

•* t 1 ' ^rr il as a 

irKj»ie a till. ■ "■ " , -. 

„„^,Mt.on o( iw.> ih"iSN, 1^« 

' ,• same nupic tnai 

iu.imit i" tiappcii 

»,"v.e* is s.inpi) '^■■•"""■";,\''; 

the iKt lh.,it llw fill" 1'- eu'clktu 

'Si„w,,.iUw..,iied^*h*v« 

The i.>.ili ol ih« 8"'' 
acuMintfd w.,ih John- k^mal is 




John Lemnnm 

,.H.., m -ncvtahle e«d,«P 
tva:omes thai much m" 
ji.iurhtng, lis as it. |t'^' '" "^■" 
moment, you reatiM. ■ 
ftaUze. that *'* '"" , ^„ 
human ticinf *'■•'- , 

cold blood. He- , 
,,,vi-r -ni3t"santK-.^r.i;c 

The mosi disturhmtt l'-"» '" 
the movie comes as you aie 
watching Wd hes a 
•■„nii.,*»nce-pcn«lmhr> U, 

You lire hf,in"S "'"^ '** 
thiftg* l*c: lalwiil ihe (ulurel 



-I'm lull of optimism knowing 
Uu. there- oiher people around 

uho I CM acrce with. In- not 
,i„H-v.„iknow"n.eWo.Klsux-i. 

'ic „i Wighi. all Ihe mass 
nu-cungs o( the youth .s 
complcu-ly p..s«iiv'C <<>' "''' V;^ 
sillies was ,usl walm up in ih. 
morning, ami *' hjvcnt even 

Boncn to limner lime vel 

What teallv su.,ls .s Hut 

iherc-'s gomg lo K- .i" empty 

phu;,e at the uWe 



»t of power through his this 1 " 

Birth of the "Story Lady 

JL# AA V*--*- ^^ .,.. ,1. Toircnce admitted "owcv 

-^^ . .. _ ,., bedroom door. Although lor nc a ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ 



Her chatacwB come iitiw thnwgl". 
,l«.Meofdrstma(icvo£,ili,«i>t». 
eimieraied lae.al ecp.ess.oni. 
amJiminaledbody language, 

TeHTeiice's (iivoriie laics ate 
(He scary ones. She always iries 
IB include a scary siory in h<,r 

■peiKiirt?- , 
'This :■■■'" ^ "" 

...[L'lPirv 

eiccptioii ^ ■ '. 

of Tilly, a' »*'""«■ '■ ?-"''f, 
*lw.i*as afraid o( Ihe dark, 

hid li»„6li«>»:, "■'***''*' 



teaching he. hedroom door^ 

T(irre:nc-eu«aahraihyvo>ec*>'J 
wide'.<yed cspresaims ol suipnsi 
as she told her stones, 

■-ni,v,i wiUeetyou i>i>'. 

l„,,>n Ihe lirsisiep IiUy. ni 
„n Ihe eighth step, > '1'^, "' 

coming m." For a lew niomcnls 

die audi encc was siletn. 
The audience '■ 



,,^ui,;c. m V'^ 



., ,,,™,,a-d However, she did not always 

Although lorrence admit ul ^^^ 

having a I'l"^ " "''. Torrenee began 

a.ncenirat.ng .im.d all _i^' , _ _ ,, 

d.siriclions. she ncvei missi,ii a 

Toirrcitee was a storTdciita 
wilh stones lo idl and. by gocl. 

sU: was go.tig to lell them. 



feci 

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Corky Siegel Plays for Harper 



Hy Scwit StUt 
Enurlaliiinfiil i4lii>r 

If you emjoj rhj'lhiii mtl 
Wuc\. r suggest you keep Ihn 
Salutttav opt'ti Ourirni (-jll 
Fcsiivjl Week H..ir[H'i' i>. 
prr-n-minc it li've (xTl'orniiii'K c I'f 
("ofky Sifgct, a vwy ulrnlei) 
.tiKl well know R & B mustuisi. 
Sifgel will be jpinrarini on 
SMuiday Ocii*cr tS iii *:«'> in 
l-\4i. 

Tile basit concert fwmai 
Sie|f I hm plamed for Siituiib> 
IS one half compktely ncv, 
rnsietial, wilti thf r<;nuivii>in 
ti.ill K-ing nc* .irrjngi-mfi!!'. vif 
some «,>! hu Uvimiu-s 
Approximately ?0 ptTCcm of 
hn (Msrioriiiantc »ill inclmJc 

SicBcl ha.", txvn pu'itorimiii! 
lilt xucli 

,, . 1, . .. w York 

I'l.ilhjniuinu, sii.: Bcretom 
S^mp^hotiy ;init ihc NaUiwal 



Syniptiony. Ilie Tokyo 
Sywpkity amt lJt« PhiWclpluii 
PhillunmtnK 

He pl«yi a unnjue 
combination of blue* and 
cbssicjil music iltat be calls 
'Symphomc Bluit'. He came 
aciMs litis, combtnaiion when 
fliying ■! i imali club m l%7. 
Sciji Ozawa, ■ ftmciiu 



lOnJutlor, was in tbc audience 
one evening when Siege I was 
playing his traditional blues. 
O/awa fell in knc witb the 
style of music Siep-l ».as 
perfonnmg .iiul tletukd to Wfrn! 
the Wws wiihlhi-.liv.i. .il 

Symphiiiiii. B'l. 
[Ktlormcd with ili' 
Symphony at Rivuiw m July 
l%.8„ 

Stegel's musn . 
mHucncail by the t.i 
"I liml fbssical ";;iM., X IT 
ijl'iifiuit:. v»ii,ti hliif. bnnjt 
eiuciiiw'ly tmoiio'-:-' '■•■'■ '- '■'• 
but enKHiMul", VI- 
Altlwiirh i' 
" Sympbomi. 
from t)/awu ■ 
II as his iticiliuiii ali-- 
altcmpls 1.0 cmmutue th. 
masters tuil fjilal. He sLin,.',;l U' 
develop whal he was capjMi: ol 
itotng ralher ihan wtui he 'fa-yVt 
capable ol 

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Ie;isl suu:cn r.ri,i!iiliiit>, ^ilh 
m.,iny, nuiiv fe-ifle.i.ses' Sie^el 
jM^ He has rcfoiifct undei ttK; 
tlculschi* (irammophnii 
label, a presiigous company ihiU 
pfoduccs cm-iusively tlassical 
music- Sicgcl has also made 
five recorfings lor Vaniiiard . 
and another live recordings lor 
BCA records His latest recoid 



IS. ".Sicgel-.Sthwall Reunion 
Concefl" which i» under the 
Alligalnr label, a label 
re«rvcdciiiusively foi Blues. 

Sicget has !>■■" ''■■'i-sied 

in Iht! BliKspr ■■■ he 

was at least I' : '■■ His 

mam mnuentes msludcd such 
iireaLs .IS' HoW'lm Wolf. Muddy 
Waters, .Iimmy Keed. Roland 
Kiek, Hilhc Holnlay. and many 
til ihe H 4 B am sis of the 
19^()'s and the ('«i<)'s His 
ulcni CAlciMls between piano, 
harmonica., and sa.«ophone, lo 

.imrii. ... iCu" jn.il 'vi'IU" ■i.Sfihllk' "'1 



Symphony Orchestra as a guesi 
soloisl. She was also ihe 
prit'iplc violinist wnb the 
Chit ago C^Km Thejiire and te 
BalleiChicigo 

The only violist in the 
4u.an,cl IS Daniel Stiba Sirha is 
eitrcmely in demand and has 
fiec-tanced with the Chicago 
Symphony 

The lasi memher of the 
siring quaitcl is Felis Wurman 
Soloing With the Chicago 
Svuitih.mv .1! acr !•>. W'urtnan 
,t',, ..li-nls thai 

sill,' ' : ' IHitHM-. 

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ion Winner. She wured 


mom Iter life »'iih ihe ruropeam 



.J r. ^ 'i*J "J.wJ W J' "«f '4^ '■*>!. mi |||| '.t n iiiift iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir a lH""lm ''*^"™"'' 

.11 

nii-reoN r PORCH 

•*oct(Hu:k.spkci.\i.** 

Shtnv \i.»ur rLtrprr .Activity card, ani 
receive .t 2n*'r tliscount 

Conic check uu( out new fall clolhw 
and our liflp prt««. 

New and nearly new tiestgacr Je«l», iwtiicra, 
shirls and much. Uliicli. miw! 



THE FRONT VtmCM 

A unique resale estahlishmenl 

1760 W. Algonquin Rd. 

Palatine, n. 60067 

Open Tutsda) thru Saturday 

10:0Ba.m. to SiOOp.m. 



Proceeds from ill salci directlj bewfit tb« resiilenis ot l.ittle City 



Ihe accusiK perciissionisi, Bruce 
Carver Bruce will he pliiying in 
ahoul one third of the maicrial 
performal on Saiurday. He plays 
the pahta and the dumhei 

Sicgel summed up our 
iniciview by 'saying. "TIh-sc arc 
ctiKiical musicians, highly 
trained and highly skilled .the 
Ivft m Chicago The imponam 
aspt"cl ol [XTforming to ihem. is 

lo piti "'■.•■ '■"■• '"to every 

sinpd ,'!-iy and 

have :. ; MS. 1 am 

.1 blues imi\u'ian and 1 feel the 
sanie way." 



"Story Lady" 

cnlinurd from pa Br * 

luliit i',iie .iiulhiiiy'. .iboiH 
s'lirkllljl lull! ■. hil.tl'i'il 

One tumevef 

Tnrtciice .■...; .-■... - ^ubsuiuic 
for an ill storyiellcr. 

"TelUni!, ■aories was the l..i.si 
Ihii- ;;'iliJ hul 1 h.kl 

cfn-.,. . lot my boss to 

say 'Oka>' Ul Jo it'," admitted 
Torrence 

The children Itn-rd her. 
Torrence began idling stories 
(hat s.he knew . When she gol to 
an unfamiliar s[su, she would 
embellish the su>ry 

Before long. Torrence 
became the library's official 
.Moryteller. In her free lime 
'Torrence even beijan lellmg 
Sltiries professionally 

"•■We have many young 
millionaires in High F'oim." said 
Torrence. '" .After ificy po lhr(.>ii!.;h 
Ihe gambil of III..- I. Iii*tis h"r 
liirtliday parii. ■■■ ami 

*taievet else f ■■ need 



jKjmethmg eis"' 
teCshave asior. 

'Ti:" ' 
ai binh. 
One day '.in 
Itlling tall la! 
(mfty f'of "' ^'■• 

lM.g. s! 

'toss '"tii 
my business." 
Bv ihiit 



I 'Ok. 



■ ilit'ti " irif.'irmi'ii TiHleliu.' 



iCSlr- 
shoM . 

show. 

Tell..- 

iiatu irilogs tall.-.! 

. Im.ieos." 'lorrenio ■. 

\li<rie% lan aKo be ImmuI nii 
Harwip and WeMon Woods 
rtvords. 

'"I'orR-iite (fcscrihes her ro«l lo 
the lop; "U was a huckhoard. 
Somebody ihtcw a rixk and 
sp<x>ked the horses, it look off. 
."Vnd all 1 could do was hold on. 
And It hasn'l slopped yet." says 
Toficnce. 

Torrence believes stones arc 
very unusual. "They ofien have 
deep meanings. Children need u> 
hear stories when they're young 
so they can understand the stones 
when they grow up. 

I"0r eiamplc, you have to 
heat the GoldiliKt- ■ ■•■. She 
■*i'ni inu'i ihc h. . :ie 

wasii'l supi^ised I ■ ... ■".>! 

her home ,She lasied llicir linxl 
She w.isnt Mi]i|His<.-d lo She sal 
in iheii ihairs- She *j^ti'i 
siippwd to She ;>lc up |l.,- Ii«.k1. 
. . ' ■ . Jill then 



ived by ter 
.ibiary to get 

:. 'Torii'ii..' 
; cassioii H.ji 



lit 1 '' 'f'oiTcnce (i.ul .in 

oppoftunily to perlorm ai ihe 
National Storyteller Festival, 
sponsored by ihc Nalioital 
Asuociaiion f« !*« Pres«viii<» 
and Perpetiation of StoryiellinR 
-I booked about SO performances 
ind 1 havcnt done anything else 



iipinised 
\nd 



I. HI lile siK'did. 

I* hen \ 

l.iu. ilui 

k into 

Wlui! 

...k". is 

"I'm an cnieruiner." said 
Torrence ' fm not here to 
morali/e But if you found 
something of value in wiriclhing 
I said-you were educaicd by it. If 
you were turned or in any way 
I m glad.' 



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JaetK torrence dw "Stniy Unly" 



fPkato b) /aim Smtmj 



Tbt Harbinger Oclobcr 13. I9ttt 



pige S 



The Big Question o 




Freedmen's Colunm by Richard Hunt, 1988 



Photo opinion: The answer is 





Two Hawks 

on lop of a 

hilt;' 

Ttmy iMfiifru^ 
Stmknl 

WHCM Siatum 
Momir 



41 



"'The general con«nsus was 
thai it looked like a hird of 
some sort. One rebel in the 
crowd felt it looked like "an 

iguana on a cliff." 
Harper Pom Pom 

"I don't know what 
the ---- it is." 
John Gtwtner 
Stmkm 




"The Pope" 

Turi Vauftkn 



w 



nMifwrd Hunt wn iKKn S«pteinb 
Chicago • South Side He enrolled | 
Chicago m 1948 and entsfad Engk 
from the Chicaflo PublK School Art 
An Inciitula ot Chicago m 1953 and 
dagraa In 1SS7 He *ai awarded I 
Wowahip upon graduation and *u\ 
parlleliMtad in the S^ntl American 1 
and ht] work Aracfine was purchas. 
in 1358. at Itie age ol twenty-three 
VOfk Since then, he hat recaivad nl 
poits and comrmsKons. and pantcil 
aahiDitiont Retrospective exhilMtioi] 
Museum o* Modern Art and The An 
Since 1966. Richard Hunt has coi| 
(n Itlinoif . and others m California. I 
York, Ohio. South Carolma. Tennes^ 
been a tireless pf omoler of public : 
Sculpture Socialy. a member of the | 
lure Cenler in Washington. C an 
Sculpture Organisations held in Chi^ 
va« as a member of the Twenheth A| 
Endowment tor the Arts He has aerl 
and the National Council on trie Arts 
fosutted in the numerous commissid 
coHections of The Art Institute of Ch| 
ropolilan Museum of Art, The Whitn 
Museum and Sculpture Garden, an 
Vienna, among other Important publl 

From. OufsMM m: Public Scupture ^l 
IBM 



The HirWtiier Octofctr 13, WW 



(>»l!e ' 



Campus This Week: 



at 



L m Woodiawn. a district ef 
br ScnoiM of Tn« An tatitMM ol 

Jjuniof School Ot> tchamntHf 
lyni ragtatV'M « the SetiaOl «* •»<• 
' tilt iMClMlor <X arts aitucalton 
» Raymond FOratflft Traval 
4l. FraiMia. Spam and Italy, Ma 
I ma Atl Inalftuta in January IK7 
wm ol Modarn Art. N«« Yorti 
I Nrit oiia— inari thow m Naw 

II and Hacal honofs. Ma«f>lt<a 
y ona-man and griaup 
Irki «afa praaaniad at TNa 
f Chicago in 1*?1 
re man S5 put>t« commiaaiona. 34 
■na. lk»icfH9an, MiMOun. N*» 
and Waih.nfllon, C Hatiaa 
Iha loundar ot tHa Clncago 

Craclort at ttia Iniarnational Scul|>- 
_mr at Itw Fint *toria Congr aa> o« 
1 mtbar tSBS Hunt curfanlty aar- 
Ce-Ttiwftae te itw Nitional 
mnOv at the lllmois Am CouncU 
mrf lalant and anwBy ha» 
Bwoika. and mcluaion tn ii>a 

t o( Modarn An, Jtm Mal- 

|if".Ainartcan Art Tha Hwat»Hofi> 
H III tl>a Twantialh CanliirK «n 
• DOilaclMma. 

. ColumlMa CuHafla. CHcaoo. 




|Plwlo^bJl John Siitonj 



Upcoming 



The HtrWnier Oclobtr 13, t">» 



|iBge 10 



HARPER C0LLEC;E SEMINARS 



thc k'V' ■ '■' 

m4 ltf» int. luiic iiiiK" ij"'i 
mitlrniils. 

"H«w t« •►» • 
S i> t c » vt f li t P r o 1 e c 1 

Manauer" «<■ J Iwt'-iLiv wmmiir 

1.. Iv hcU cmTkurMjaji. (.'WkIki 

'■r' .isiil Thymlay, CkioK-i I'. 

1 m. » •* p.m., m C^^ 



Uk r-ti'iiiiur pri' 

i»ellM>d% m*>:ileil ' 
ct»iitn»l a (m:tj«"' 

ptaxd '>Fi h.m I.. . 

Tuitiiin 



.1 firm 



Ih» fmirw!' Nuimlter it 
1 MMilMT-Odl. 

"How li> Sett ''k*r»ic«" 
will he on rriiUv. *Kli*cf 21. 
(«mi H '<! ii m in ■» I'.rn iii C- 
liH 

T'hiN K-nim..u i> ■sjtecifically 
itestg»«il (or ilK ixr-B-m *ho xtts 
*c mB™i!iW«--«fv«cc'i ami ukm. 

Tl»e (Hvigrain n-, 
fur dciftmifi'' 



TKr t'nurw Jiiii-inker is 



-IHrtel IMtill 

MarlttlinR." «tll 'be )wM «■ 
Saiunbj. CkMpbcr 12. from f 
a.m. till pm. imCJOI. 

Till* leminar it- i» 

mliwlutli. :. ■:•' •'• "ve dlBBCI 
mil) niai' ''"'S »™*W 

btiiiMcss "■-■— -- ioui-part 
»i)irk.*ho|i takes jtarticipaiHs 

tlHoufh ihe icchmnue* amt 
cnirf'rireflf ur nfettt l(> <cll 
'■ .'.< ' .'/ < ' - ' III Ufji ami 

lU.hi,-.. r. - ..a'«'ll»., 

Tlic ("i>ur!.r NuHI'btr i| 

t \ \(IH'.lltll 

■, of iheie 

,. . ■ -m. fM. 

'1, j»e |,iv*: ilw. conecl 

. ■ . ...lubei' lo *isiii«; conicrt 



WOMEN'S pr(,)(,;raivi seminars 



The 



scmmit i» '■ 

■■Di'inmk !i|»'e»tiiii|" 
will be led by Loui« Sthrank. a 
Women"* PiofW" mvtruiior, mi 
Saturday, tklolwt 1^. fr"<Ti '* 
I..m. - -1 [>.m on famfii-. ' '•-■ 
icminar »ill help parn., :■■•■.: 
piepure »imJ deliver an ctlcthit 
»pcecl> tn a suppotlivc 
•unoaptKce 'iBung. icclimquo thai 
CM' aMNiMr rear and nervaisirs. 
Tli« €»iifit Nwmktr la 

1 V\Wfll«-(»«l. 



(ill I Til 

.i,l.l K' I, 'J I , 



a.iu. - i p-m. i.n ;\.^^^. I'lic 
woridwp will cover htwic. time, 
and numey iiiamgcmcnt. The 
riiurie Numlier ii 

"I Will -- You Win -- 
Nriolialinii Your Wtj 
Thriiufh Life" *ill be 

towluiicd by LtHii»>: Schramk. 
instrucior in the Women*! 
Pcof run md aultKir rf Lift Wan . 
«i Saturday. CkioN-r 2') fh>m 
a.m. ■ J p.in- m a;42 'n>f 



Color Copies 



EnhaiKe y«Hir presentation! 



..in 
t ..( 
1 ' II 

,, ,.:,,. I.. 1 h» « iturst 

,-. 1,1, vN nr^HH. 

Ill icgKler Itit any of Ihcse 

Kin man. call the Continui«c 

Eitiica«i.>n Olfi. ■■■ •• "'-^ '*<m. 

¥.xl. :4I0, TV' "ta 

regrjiralion. r-i , ^.•- 'he 

count! number. 



SCHOLARSHIPS 

Phi Thela Kappa • 
Pepper Ctmslruclion 
Sclif>lar<thip 

The Phi Phi Ou('i.'r t>t Phi 
ThfU Kjfipa *il( he .iw.inline 



I-800-525-4A5* 



KHIIIll S 
thf Cfipy center 



rmnMMiiiiiiilii, 






ri v/ V m. I AS n iiMi 5 

inia r >n.>myi'i« no 
■a II, u mil Ma; 



Won -If, 



PS'tiy Hsu'S 



Sa; Niiofl to !2 p r 
,S,un 3 !o 1 p ' 



9D7 4414 

B:i!tiit<MWt nr JI! ti i M i „ >tAngi 




Evefy D»y is "Karpsr ColUft Oaif " 31 Swensefl'S. 
Prts«m your "Stuiltnt AtiUvil>t Caiit" when 
orduftng arifl yoti mil f««wf a 10% discount on your 

total food purcbas*. 

Uning room ontf. 

Thi« (tucounj « not «a''d W't^ any ofhar tiMC'ia!' or promotion 
0*eOiiPl honortwl 1 1 a m lo 7 p m oi-iy* 



,Aimiial 
-' -••■' 1 



I,. I )UU( 



follows: 

Tlie i,l»pli> ,•■ I be a 

I'uiTcnt. «'l,ive rTicnitx;r of (lie 'Ptit 
I'tii rhitptei', carry a mmtrmim cf 
■ \\ii tiiiiir* ■"■ 

: 111 Ullllll ■!■!, 

I,-, iii,.i.li.: and ifif atmi'il i- 

l>i' prcictil III ihc 

Cnrimrale .'Vwaid?! I ur- 

m \priii,jt and thi 

f "rtenii'Hiv *'J'fi Nri\, 

|'.)'»-i h. .r. .ii:,,v''ir 

Ji,i,n!i,,: Kk, *,xk .,il ■■- 

iiMlid «ut>fiiil vlaienu::!!! 

pr«lf«sional and cdwaiinnal 
,1 «>i>y of your Harper 
i'l. and three letters of 

nrttniiiiirmlalKin. 

Appitcatiom are ivuUbk 
either m f -1 1 'J or fr»:»m ITr Ijiny 
Kent 111 F-,l^f>, Application 
Dtadlint is Novrmbfr I, 
1911. 

ADDITIONAL 

SCHOLARSHIP 

DEADLINES 

,ApptK:aiium (or the Ml. 
Pr«-iprcl Junior Woman'* 
Club Srhiilirihip arc due 

Frutoy.Cktobct 14. 1<JRS, 

('kieaio Food Brokers 
Aifociatioa Sehnlarthip 

ipplicationt muyi br turned m by 
Friday. (:X-«..h«» 21. I'lKK, 

,Application!i for the 
NurtliiK Nrkolartkip 
l^ndowmcnl I'und are due 
Friday. ^Jovl;mbcr 1 1. 1 •>(**. 



COMING SOON 

Fall 1988 
Offerings 



IS Cl,,l-,P Fv-im-i 
B:,«'Um , ■\MH 

Ml, liiliirmatiim Seminir 
U ■ ! pm.. 1117 

Film -- fnnce's 
""Sign o" the Tiroc*"" 
i pm &. H p m.. ,114 J 



ft < 



I,, "to a.m.. ,A148 

Concert Corky Sicg,d 

Chamter Blues wiiti ilie 
C«iMiHuim Strin(! 
Ouaru;i 

tt n IT! I i : ! 



I» 



I 7 ! n, lifis go on uilc IVir (he 
Fall Hay 

m Career Inieresl Tcstinn 
Pjirt 2 
6 „ 8 p,m,. AW7 

I» Career I niercsi T&uiiK 
Pan; 
I . ) p.m., AM7 

HI V of I - l-Wbuia 
lnfoBn,a«ioii Seminar 
4 ■ ,S p.m. 

Smith^wian l,,ixuifc.- 

Fiploririi; Mit,T<.-,-pai,T- 

More ikin M' ■■,■,'" 

lettrcy Tti^i 
" ' ■" y 111 , „i i .,* 1 

: ) Mii.k'iii Sctiilie Meelifig 
I., Ml p.m.. Board Room 
B, 4 C 

CED EnaiTi 

rm I 

(ip.,m . E:,ll,Il 



Film-- Children jrfa I essi-i 

Ciod'" 

6&Hpm.J143 

il k S2 

11 GEOEnam 
Pan 2 
Ka.m,. Fltl6 

ACTNawwinlEwn 
«,;:30 «.,m.. A U«)y 

Smilh «» tan Lecture-- 
",Arl in Public Places' 
irt;iru.i Mrei^lenburg 



: ,'* H.I tiH- 1 S ', mphiifiy ■( )rcticsm 
> ", '.-ncrl 



IS "HowTofiWi Your 

BacheltirX ■Degree on Vour 
Own Teirrw and Time" 
12 . I p.m.. AW7 

1* Employee Filness Day 

Nuniing Eninnct Eaam 
»:30a.m.. AI4« 

FocuiWCoUcgesand 

CafDcn 

S.iO •» p.m.. Bldg. A 



17 Fr« Mini-Concert: 

Chn:ago Saitjphone Quaclet 

12:15 p-m„ P2fW 

-,An Evening With Miirlee 
M,alin" 

7'l<,)p,m,. J14'l 
S2.S1.S4 

Jg :f-ilm-"Phaniomo( the 

CljKru" 

K pin,. J 141 

s: * SI 



ii J i jMf i T l i l tiTi Ir M ii l\ 





,.«iion Clic:ck 




,Fiiee Mini -Concert- 


■ 




(.■ '(11 pm , IH7 




Fun Wci-Tw and the An of 
0:iintK* Zhenj; 


I 




GEI,) Registiation 




12:lSpm.P20S 


^1 




7:30pm. Bldg. A 






^U 




Cafelcni 


Ii 


TIhsiiIH!- 
Tht- Servant of Two 


1 


3 


Career Interest Testing 




Masiers" 


^M 




Parti 




gp.m. J141 


^1 




■» - 11 a.m.. AWT 




S3 & $5 


H 


4 


Siudciii Smaie Meeting 
1:30 p.m.. A24 la 


12 


Lwl Day for Withdraw l« 

Thsxav- 


1 


T 


Spnng Scmciler for 
Continuing Siudents-- 
Coniacl Regtiirw's OfTice 




■*TJ>e .Servant of Two 

Masiem* 

8pjii..Jl43 

S3 ASS 


1 


1 


Liilening Skillt 

II K)am 1p.m. A347 

Inteniewing 
6 - 7 p.m., AM7 


I J 


Theatre-- 

"The Sers'ani of Two 

Ntetcrs" 

2:30 p.m. J 143 

S3 & SS 


1 


10 


Career Inicffiiii Testing 

Pan I 

9- lla.«.. A347 






mi 



Upcoming 



The H»rbinE»'r October 13. !<»«« 



pane 11 



STUDENTS OFFERED 

CHICAGO CIJLTIRAL 

EXCURSION 



Hai;' ,, hive an 

o()(«rii,ji. . >i-at.e tnii! of 

'•>« '»•"'• ^^ «)(tiip,hii,>riv 

orchestn* at >iit>!ihiMnl: vi 
-IS ti«M nf Id* cultural etuhi 

•"'■'""IS l^y StiiJcia 

.vi cmly S<J "ill. Ha,fpct 
'Uuitcnii can aicn«l t periannmK* 

of Ihc Chictgo "Svtrtphoiiy 
Orthcstra i,.n TueMliy,, < laohcr 
IS. wilh Sir (icurgi- Solli 

The perforimnce of the 
Chicago Symphiiny mtltrfcj 
Svhuheri'i Symrhonv No, S. 

Schtilkf't Con. • !-tiiie. 

B«ethi)*tn'i S» ■ ■ 8 ' 

■Hi W«lfnilKu.,...„.i. ,„,,.,•.. 

Tilt, ttcktt firice mtlmlci his 
.Ifiinpunatiim, leaving Uic from 



of Bull. lint \ .11 '1 (J I 1, ,,, jnd 

TCUi. 

■ ihif 

■ > iiiplwii) M'C •iiornijilty 

.i Student AcftviiKi 

' ••'ifi.lin.iiiir \t:i, ■ -. .,j(|. 

Sunk-lit.* will ill ,,|j,_ 

«ai. and park. tig in ,' 

ireimendouii lawngi. " 

Tkkei* are ivailaNc at the 
Bo« Office on a first «>mc. ttrsi 
MiPted IwsH. only 4:i seats arc 
■viMlahle. 

A Ihird cultural c^jx-ilaion « 
platmsd in tVccmhcr for HuTpcr 
.ittidenls to u-c Stcppi-nwolf 
ThciUreX priKlumon .if 'Stepping 
Out" b\ Amcfuan Richatd 
HiOT'li, 

For more inlormaiion about 
ihcw events call IMT. wk'm f:,, 
2MT 



SERVANT 
OF TWO 

MASTERS" 



HARPER SYMPHONY ORCUFSTH.-V 
CKI EBKA'TKS 2 1ST SEASON 



The Hiirper Symphony 
Orchestra is celehcitjng i» 31st 
.«:a»ii with a suh*Tipti«» nencs 
of lis, concern, fcaiurtng 
OMitundiiiig sohmta md a wide' 
viiriclv of m,u»c. 

, iUKtn, ichodulc for itK 
>easoii begins with a 
' 'oeiihmeii. 
1 the fourtli .asmm tlttit 



t!K Harp<f Symiphony Ort-he«in» |:,,i 2547 



pt.n 



»hl) lUiCOlkluiKil 

of lllmois and the 
Sym'phony and 
performed louti 
Symphony (M[ >>■■■ 

For idil. 
call the Bot ' 



[ii..- ,Vti 

(itjni 

■» ho 

:l('f Oi 



k-.trji 
P-ifk 
ha* 

!IC«gO 



.7. 



-V" 



HOW HIttIHe 




tkm hirtnj atl po ■ viiis 

t»bl»- btlSaUr*. T'.uyiy, «.,jr|Bf$;/ 

waitrwssw, and bart«fldef». 
E»C0limni bsnodts ..22 

;tt •sliaSa 

»I>PL» IN PERSON HOM THU«S » tJO-S ( 



Foii * antAT n.*CE to hkcwii 

NO'»L*CEELSi:iS 



AIT TURBO sou t479 



AirniRtoMA 



* ^;^io*: S'*.M Ch*p 

■ pmoI'M,» fcoi 

■ liomm 



BARE BONE SYSTEMS' 



• ". V .■.;>: ft 



• .'■■.«; .V ■■ 



Hcliearsjils are underway for 
the Harper Colle|;c Theatre's 
pnrfuctKM of -'The Servant of 
Two Ma.*U;rs;" an ISih century 
luliin (arcc written by Carlo 
OolA:mi. 

Production date* arc 
NostmlHT II. 13, D, I Hand 1«, 
Ticlccts go (,«i 'iaie at the Hot 
Office. Building J, X;"i47. 
beginning Mondiy. CXioIht I'?! 
fSH feist IS J'« Studcni.VStif'l; 
S'' t>>r ihe public. 

I he pi:ipular Dir 'n. ,, ,., . 

Pacltaitc IS availj' 

Noveniher i'Jth pctii,' \:i 

I tail an huffei *itl tx served 
beitmning ai 6 p.m. ,„ ,h(. 
Calcttna. BiiiUhng .\. followed 
by the pl.n at k p m ■ • b.iok 
ejrly. 

•^•'- ;nmakntell' 

ane." >■ ^y^1: m Limuc theairc 
'•hich flourished »n Europe lor 
hunJu'dx ,>f ic.ifv 'i;.-rA ■,,:, ■ ,,.m. 



■ vj^.-ns, i4i,ri,H ••mil ,,,,,1 Hie 

'.Isflii ult!cs ^^htci"' vfi,)r,«!e Ihem. 

It IS k'll to thi,-,! , rv.jni. 

Tntffaldino, ti- ■ .iji.-,^' 

lo(eiher. "The Nerv,ini i.t Two 
Miiiteri'" It comic farce at tLs 
very hest. 

'Twelve Marj'ict simk'ni'. itukc 
up the ci««t for ihc |>fihlueinHi 
They include, "Kkld l'>.jii,:1.,.>n 
(Schautriburgl. Hffn,,l;in (-.iley 
f Arlington Heights*. Dana 
l-ogsdon iArlini!i<m H.-ighisi. 
Dim Dud'. ■ '■• lony 

Kivtas i. !' 'jrold 

l,eB(,'tyer ir.uin[]^ \'li'.ldo*'SI, 

I "'nil F'hiillips (Hoffman t-sutesi. 
MjigiL- Mash*.' ' ■> 'I'niMO'n 
Heinhtsi. Kirk ■' illing 

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1 ilwyi 1W(W Ihm r<l lull nijwll Mm Id do unir in a pn«H) Iimgh words 
IVt tan txiiif nic food. veahitR suic clotted hihI cuning <uk bars f.>r alm..« . vau 

iKiw, Iwi »tllt I A* I tilt mywK I dmi have ibc |ut* 

I mvA ta-i Ctod I did. 

Tlio ■ whew III <pc«l Ok ittx <rf m* lil. i w.mp nothing mm oiUi my days 

■**• il*!***"! »ilh tgcmuinit »lo»ne» .l.,-,aih r., nat«»I amsei A (ew f|.|iiid.ed 

dnys d It tehind' me. Iww mmy iihc«P Fipwn UhhimwI' Twenn ihoioaiHl" f:«:li .w 
insiilfciahle. An ilrrtiiiv o( wx:cm.:lx *nrf mmuws and H'Uiinef (iiiiiri and hjilf hnm\ and 
lw:turi wnlitiul meaumi. inHwmmg. •!«« ■ (toy h*; ftmily piMd, » mnJimg more 
tipiificim limm « wkwiiA on ihc uml'l. So. (« itic Link utki t.<>i.ei *iut twenty wjuaie 
tac'liits. I oM «wei Uicm »«h my (wnd; When I die, which, with niiy luck •on'tht for 
(jmie » white. M Ml eight l«el, tatm ma four fccl high wiU he cfiwred willl .iKkt 
l-igiinng ilw (Mit tielfuil lem mniMeji » pn. Him <W mi< Itfc gei ihi* ifmhlt' 

I'm Ute tm mmiei. o< c«>urte li » h»d to giutl thii kind of sentence for 
"1 «l«. THey My I killed my i»wn hew fnend. Eddie Haiit 



itt im •« ■ way tlwi I iiiaii.ld he in pUmm far. It »mii'i my idea tn kilt lyiii. .i 
mm ins. -nrnt » hiird iliinK lo mm pttif^ m tMiicc. He tmOt m kill liiiii. he tricked 

:ine iMD It. Eiddie wat • mcky guy. 

Anrt Etidic t» the tmly pcfjw mkm uammmy tmM ipiinB me. 
OadEilAc. 

' ««*«•:■« «»*• <9 hecmm I hewil Inm BMe Kid«y.. lA Hit Me yew Miiivemary 
til die day I killed him, m I immmt he ilKiu|hi it mmM t» ■ iml time to clear i fe* 
thmgn up I m lellinK *"«■ ^dibt wb a tncky pjy. 

„ J*!!?" '."^ **^ "" '">' ''"** ""^ ««" •"«' •<**"»« «" <>•» <"« "K Giwimli 

BtwiiMllilii teMl. I («Md. a Miiall laekaie siiung on my hed (nim the day't m<iil 

*hv«f>.lijiM««i|)|wi«,b»»,,pp^,i^hadiii)ieuifn«ildreBi I iwc x ooca wd 
found urn. m mm nail casrnie playen like reponets cany. There was a lane in il « ' 
hti the plr- »--•— 



!„.. ^*; ^**''' ** *' *"" *"*•"'' "* ""<■ *-*"■« *«»"W eilitf or u* lia«e 
hiitwid a few years ago that wed end up like thi» before we weiv thirty* I mew yoii 
ill pram and me dead? Ood. wr tarf ir off Funny how ihinis am turn on y>iii ' 

When I heard Uwe fwt woid* 1 got m dii^y and conluiied I had to (hut it off 
•nd try to ihink 1 M ifM much of the laii year ilunkiai about tl»e ikaih o* the 
pernjn who wai now 'Mhraiiiii me. Reliving a«ain and again ihe enait mtjmeni when 1 
came around the comer ami .«iw htm. It had aiwiy* Immea me ihai he had smiled at 
that e.»acl momrm when I «hi»t h<m AiMt MM to kew hi* xoite a* if he weit 
iWidini m the «ame room with me . it wti too much lo hjindle and I luggered 
•mtewiy to the comiroxle and rtgurgiuiietl mv dinner H>ere was a cold thin iweai 
tading on my hww and HMmung had done mHhing » alleviate the nauMa that wb 
spinitmg my head like a slow motion yo-yo. I tM* ilecp NeaiJii lo clear my head and 
picked up the tape player when I got my biealh hack I rewound it u> the heginning and 
hH the play hution hut I had tKwhte »«king ii md didnt hear anything l« a while t 
WM Mill nmmm* mi I was heguimng to think the whole thing wm a Kike or thai I 
IWH HMgnictl H when Eildle') v««ix puked up where it had M off. 




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yon. lta| 

yon tlni'l IUh ■■■ iMM m mm waiu or navmg large, numorlest negrot! i 

T; "**'* *>i''l*«— ' jl™ for ". unt 11 TVm.-'' Making love"' i:<ldie lauxhe<l here 

at il it mm rany. "Ilie next woe* he ipolie hnghicnod my mood CKmuderaWy "Well 
e got you out of there. Niddy One year has heen long enough, don't 
ahom a full coofeiswn from me ' WouM diat help? WeU. that's what 

te lifM IS I will etplam all the deiailt <if how 1 mcked you inui bllini me and youli 

he l«el M. the siieet* ui no time.* 

^'"'"" ctiursed thrmigh my every fiher' Could it he true' Was ihw eicnittaiing 

'niplinae llHaUy over"' If Eddie had hcen alivr and headc me I would have kissed hun' 

•One thing I might wggcjt u that you play this tape to yotirseif first, in 
pri»'iie. lor re»«m* th.al I will: etplain i«cr, Do m ym wtih. at toune. hut I think 
you ti find' a private I'im liiienrng a wise move. 

''The firn thing that you must »ani ut know ly why I sci you up lo kill nte. 
You know thai you weie tucked inii» it. you muvl he d^wf lo know why Have ym 
span the last year ihinlimg thai I ww no ilistiaughi aht^ul thraie fund* you no cialtily 
relieved me of thtt I pve my life lo send you to pul' Or that my gnrf o*« Gwtn's 
mfWcliry drove «iw k> mortal despair'' That's what y»-iu must have ihought. What els*'' 
(If* aramge speaking lo a man a year m ihe fumn: who is going in kill mc ttunontiw.) 
Welt, I was never • healthy person, as you know, .and I have juct fuutid out that these 
migrai.ne» that have heen getung worse and worse arc the jympiom at i«nethi«g larger 
and very lemhle When the dottor utformed mc of what the CAT man wvealeil. he 
ipkc ■ very aioiher tunes of the pam I would suffer in my tm month Even at he 
tgetm I mmU itect the underlying meanmi d' his wivds. lie knew what was in imc 
for me and if he couM have, fm sure he would have pcesnlxd suiciile. Thai was 
yesii:iday and thai liM month has begun After a very kmg. wry pwnful night I have 
d«:iiM: ITW' iMmgK oik, I dnn'l ha¥« the CMinie. to kii my»tt; two. I don't have the 
««Mn|itniil.itt 

'That's when I thought of you, . huddy," 

J Stopped ihe lape again That mm h of what tic said maik mse lie was always 
in Md out of hi,.»pjtals for one thing or another; anthma, aflergics, reiplrn'tocy 
mltannm. a pcptjc ufctr. a crtioked spine. He wan a sully little du* He also hail the 
worst h«.aiiiche* .I've ever seen amyone 'have, at lean lor the lait few years, They wm- 
.rutntng his life. W'he,ne,ver he felt one coming on tie would have to try to get 
•tunewheie where he could speM the n«t lewral hours fcuhled up in seanng. mind- 
Itmlini pim. I was with him once and he m.adc me ue my kaihet hell around his head 
awtlMtl It much ughio than I thought was safe Finally, a Ce* months hefote he died 
he Slopped gamg amywhr.™. just stayed at kimc mi itiai when the pain came 'he would 
he nghi there m hit own bed, with his nurw and riniily nearfiy He wa* alwayv ama«d 
when the pain stuped ami he wi, still alive,. Whwever it was thai that iltictor told ,him 
he had. I ilimt t>lam« him (or wanting ti,) commit suicide if n. meant a month of those 
hcad«:hrs arid then Jcath anyway 

How toutd he know all th,is ,and si:Hmd « h.i,ppy on this casirtie which was, 
obviously made ihi«ly after his final tnp to the docM" 

He was .•mlmt wlien I ihot him, for God's sake! 

■ I figure ihal a year in prwm ii fair for what you did' to me-ne^lilitg 0»«N Mil 
the monty 1 menn, not killing .in*, liawtitg ftm k,tl) me wat jmi a mean* to i«'*efal 



*»ml>fc emii. taking you up for a while and, of course, my death I can't he sure hut 
111 IMS thai Owen isn i Handing faithfully hy y(». during your ordeal 111 also turn 
mat lltoic fundi lie duickly rumimg ,^ Uwyers co« a toi of money and you mur^ 

tape held for more than a year, but spewtmt a year locked up for a cnmc ytm didn t 
commit as your res*mr.t» ^re sieadily lunnuig dry and the threat of life iiKaneration 
b«<«C5 m«w and m. tc r«il seems qmie satisfacioiy IIH coume , there's the i«her thmit 
bul let s noi get into ilui just yet " *• 

I stopped Ihe upe Wtui oihcr tfimg? I stole h» money. I stole his wife and ! 
kiH«d him. what else could there he ' He wa» ngM about Gwcn She blew me ..fT hefon- 
tddle was even cnmaietl 1 guess I *«» just naifrmK myself thai a woman .liUoval in 
one row wihjM he inie to another Any woman vtmcan take un i wt«h takmg He was 
alio light abtwt the lawyer, | was almost through the small fonune I had taken from 
him 1 had a tisam of altoroeys busting ihc.r asws. or so they tokl mc. to get me an 
aWJieal based on the f«-i ihai Rddie incked me mtii kilhng haa 

You tan ler the problem ttiere. 

t™.^ J^Z!"Jl^'\ "T" *" *^ "«<■'* *•""'"! "> predicament almoM made mc 
fonei thai he had been deal Ice a year. 

I»'*u» .tlhtr ihum ' 

««Mh1*«r'w^- !*^^" '"""* "~« *«= *w »«•« Good huddles tince Ihe 
•etemh ^ide We met when you esuoned a pair of sisters to a dance. Their auents 
ijMiiitted they stay logelher Eddie and 1 hit it off nghi away, clickmg immediaiely into 
«e lelauoothip we wouM always have: he ihe smart hut sickly nmt, me bigger more 
athletic and more popular We took the sisters to a garage wlH:re schooll^ses were 

ISTf lH'f "^ *!?^' "^^ "* '^^ •■' '«"'« •«'<» I had a bottle of vermouth I 
had ..rten from my f.*er'» weihar «d wc all « around dnnking ,l »kI havrnTH^Kl 
ume Jheie was a lot of neckmg and squeejiing and groping as I r«all. Ii w^E<kbe s 
rwlemaieconipe* We stayed good fnends after thJt •"-"w.swioks 

Wh« jL**i!lit"r'*c ll'f "*™' '"'^"^ ""^ ^ *™' "" •» <:""««« f" '«» ye»w. 
When he fmishcil I looked him up and we picked up where we had left off dnnkina 
clUBing ikui and makmg h,g plana for the future Eddie s family was loaded and Z: to 
atcw wel limed deaths, he wa.s due to come mu> i wad of money on his tsventy -fifth 
»«hd^. I knew about his inheriunce for years and now 1 realire that I had ^wavi 
^a^ "J^ |!T "^^!^ ^^ ««=•«>* " ^ almost like the only ,ea«>n I 
hung around with h.m was because he had money c«».ing Nm that he wasn 1 1 tood 
guy, just that. lubcomK-iouily. I aiway, counted hia fortune as mine I wonderif 
suhconscKHisly. he did wo *onacr it. 

wswn T,!f?n^K*"* !!?'r'T '*r"T**' O^ * "ever had any difficulty making 
women fall for him. he had a lot of chantma He never kepi them k>ng, though iZ 
Owen was nci eiteponn She w«,ted it all. She wanted the coml.«able Westyle ami the 
love that Eildie oflered. hui she also warned the passuni and frcalom that I offered She 
wanted ii all and she got ii before their (irst anniversary. Gwen and I were mcciint! 
several nines a week at teal motels. Once, she isked mc what was wrong with Eddie 
I don't km* whal you mean,* I replied 

wnethin^'^' ""*" *" "' *^ *'*''' "" **"''"* """'*■ ''*"' *^'' *" """^ ^ 

..-~--I^ ''■ ' »•"'"«'«*"'•»"••'> '■E<10"£ » *e »*«tc»t guy I've ever mci He likes 
everyone He s always hippy, cicepi for die headaches, of course " 

'•You just don't lee it." she argued 'It scares me sometimes, like there s 
something eating hit insides. taking him over It's hke he's full of hale but he s trying 

1 laughed to ward off her senousnera -Awww, your just feeling guilty aboul 
you and me 10 you re imaginmg things Eddiei no monitar.- 1 laughed some more but 
I wondered what it was she saw m Eddie 

At Eddie's tape continued. I was euphoric to hear him deliver what he had 
promiied -a full disclosure It would get me out of this hellhole for sure It conrirmed 
everything I had heen saymg all akmg. I was surprised to hear Eddie admit that he had 
saved a tape from his answering machine frtwn over a year beftm his death. The tape 
had been a crucial piece of evidence against me It was found in his answering machine 
as It 1 had juil called and teft ii that night. "Hey Eddie, i mon on over as so>m as you 
lan. lis impoilani!" It showed piemeditatjon, said Ihe prosecutors I knew that Fddie 
had saved ii frca the past, but the sigmriiance of thai l.ia imly dawned on mc i»* ai I 
listened to his recorded messitge He hrf planned to have mc kilt him lor over a ycar< 
He ,luiu-» then what 'hit tornliuim 'j^a-.' He nUmt knew' 

PkKir littk bastard 

B,ul 'thai 'Somehow 4uln i sn oght There had lo be something more 

'Theit was. 

The day 1 kiU Eddie he phomsil mc He was cTa/ed He screamed tiis hatred for 
mc and lor Gwen. He swore that he would avenge himself He was insane wiih anger I 
could barely make out his words Ihiough his scieammg and snarling He was rahid' 1 
umWnl believe it The last thing he said to me was that he had bought ti gun and thai I 
would he dead within the hour He swore it! Then he hung up 

I had a gun of my own. as h«i well knew, and after his homfymg call 1 loaded it 
Old chamlienrd a bullet. It was then I hcanl Ihe first wunds from outside Could he have 
arrived already? There were other miises but I wrmc them off as my own fear. When I 
heard Uie untling of biokcn glass though. I knew it was not the wind 1 raced 
downstairs and found ■ pane of glass broken from the back door, but It was still 
attmtiy locked. Thai meant that he was still outside I went out after him 

It was a cool aummn evening Dry leaves rustled as a stark white moiHi sh<Kie 
Irom a velvet black sky He was mit dieie, I knew ii I held the pistol cautiously m 
from of me 1 just wanted to talk to him. but I wasni going to let him kill me He Imt 
»«>unded iwaae I crept slowly around the house in si;«rch ol him My breathing was 
ragged and I was very careful mn to make any noise I remember the cool night air 
chilling my sweating skin When I came around die front of the house he was there He 
^M$ M me and lantted a lew feet in Inmt of me and I fia-d out of mstinci I saw the 
hole the hullet made m his (bi« and I remember that he didn t look trary at all He 
linked lupfit He was smiling. 

Well. It was an e«y day for the pf(,«eculor's office 'They had Ihc upe from 
Eddie s answermg machine with my vo.ce urgently mviimg him ovci. and iticy had 
Fxldie s dead and unarmed body lying across my Itoni poieh asil he hail p.ipped over for 
a visit and I had jumped from aroimj the comer ,and kilted him. 
. , }y^ "'"*'"''' '"" ^" ""likely and unprovable story ihoui the umvcrsallv 
heloved Eddie urcammg Wiic murder and ihieatcning to kill me widim the hour A 
Story my aitofticy hadn t even bothered prescnung. He had tned a ptea of temporary 
insiniiy which is pioMMy Mill giving the jmor^ a chuckle. 
Murder one Life No[ariilc, 



Comics 



The Hirbinser Oclober 13, IMi 



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Dawn 

Cnnlinii'Cd frma vat* 3- 

bc providcJ in January hy 
Parksitk", ;i ti>r|>t)r«ion which 
jpetuliMS in the ircaimcnl of 
tlnig ind ulctital dcpeiwknc'y.. 

Harper Promlein Dr **>"' 
Thompson is fikmtA itai Harper 
College received ihc |rani «> 
iniiiaie ictivuic". ihat »ill 
proanoic driif ind alcohol 
prevcmion. 

"A prtmtry ohjectivc ol 
Harper College i» lo be ai ihe 
forclnJiM of iryini lo iddrtM the 
underlying liiuiws of suhstantt 
»bu*e m todays society 
Pniiiranui like DAWN move us 
clo*er 10 achieving that 
objective." nowd Bwmpiion 



By Leigh Rubin Rubes* 



By Leigh Rubin 





Rubes 



By Leigh Rubin 



It was the little things that occasionally 
made Marcle suspicious. 



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■Youre going to sit there until you come up 

with a good explanation «s*o why you crossed 

the road . . . And until then I don I want to hear 

a peep out ot you! " 



BUDDIES 



(Citntinued from psfee ID 

But « *a» met n.« U'^ <wam ihmugh inc « the UtoughL fhc nighmiire «i» 
Rutly over! Eddie's tc.«.m,>i.) *^hi1J coneim- me entirely, I *m » elaled 1 lorgoi 
about (hat oilier (hint he h»lmc.itu..(K-,1 „„.h^.— After the Mil where 

1 fumbW *ith ihe Imk- tape pUycr trymg, to flip Ibe apt'' After the pan »nerc 
Fddie .'tuJtllY provided the deiaik of h.> r.«r.d.ilx«. .uic.de, he r»»med «klre«i..g me 
,!, rally in •arm familiar tones. 1 Iclt mysrH miamg him. 

■Well Tooe I «««:.!» Itat should )u« alx,.ui do it. Tomorrow you II he a free 
nun wi* (he rest of youi life to i«>k forward to Ho* tkxi it leel. buddy 

"(jreai' "" I' answered jubilantly. , , 

•Of cour« •■ Eddie's voice conimued. "Iheie a that other thing 1 mentioocJ, 
M„yhe It* a imall thmg that 1 just blc* («ii of proportioit Im not »ure. ...d iha. s why 
rTvTvou a chan4e let me e^latn. Remember the nighi we met. at the jum« high 
LS««"nr R^embe, those gtrls we were w.th' »».e md Peggy li«ben" Um 
Sr«T huh' You had only U met IX-bbK. but 1 had been madly in love with 
Twyt ttee yc« Tltat v.^ the biggest night of my life '«-«»"»**«* ^ 
«i mlths to buy that suit aitd it «»k me over • mo«>h to w<«t up the ^«««'J> *^ 
Peitiiy to the dance. She was all I ever thtiught .hout. I wanhipptd hcr^And then 
rnSly the big night comes aivd her parenu spring it on me that Peggy tat lo «ay 
!S tr tste/^d' te. d«e -1 mght 1 *m » damn ml. hut 1 !« "T?,; We'Ii^Ilt 
Ptm «i<J II- w«i ill *M BMluned. Ronember whM we did tol niflw? We weni » 



were niimng my mghl wilh the girl 1 had dreamed aboutJor y<-afs I)o >"«"^^'* *™ 
!1 1« meZ to a twelve-year-old kid? So here I am wiih Peggy and het sister and her 
2^1^ * I 1 Tlt^d r^ve you guys. h«i Peggy wouldn't "'^^^ ^' I*""* 
wS. Viucsx hadn t told her «H io go to a garage ami drink veimouthaU mghl^ 

•Well T.»e. y.»i stt-u-d stupid and lust g« stup.*r as »"« » « '^"^5,'J^^^ 
were laughing like a Ll and grabbing the girls m f^jT .'^^'[.^^ V^^Td 3n^ 
dl And dien do you even remember what you did then, 1 one f You stanea ucumg 
™ y1 «re wmu^h bigger than me there was muhmg I could do Y<h. kept doing . 
Z.1 I »a* ««mm bufyix. still wouldnt sli^ Peggy »nd l^fbie were te ling you 
riibu. ;»*«)!. havmg too much fun You kep, tickling mejntil I couldnt 
IZa mlmat ami 1 *e< my pams t>o you remember that. Tone ' Huh ' 
.tand ".■f?*^^^™; ^ . ,y„ „(, A a„e ^,0, die g.rl arouml whom my life 

..volvcd^d Slken M makes me wet my pm. m frt,m of her . vc t^ver 
forgotten d«..m_gJu,To^^ ^^^ ^^ ^„.^ 

eh-ic. l7vo^ Sgtdcdmy earlier adv.ce «>d pbyed this tape bef^^e a trustworthy 
^« «7yon*a"ed it in a different c«setie player, you 11 get the f,e«tom you 
;r Or "f atCyV-mt m the tape you rewound io hear something .g«n. jh«jyou 
Ttallvkno* what I ve done ami ytmvc taken jacps lo present; wfial you could. ThMS 
SJ^fhlrKeTgrvTyou aherwise, 1 think youll find dial thi. m«hme h» compteeJy 
cnied the lipe as It played, buddy.' 



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ClLASSlIJ'ilDS CLASSIIJ-JIDS CLA3SJJIEX>i; C'LAZ^Umuz 



The Harbinger October 13. I4KX 



Paije 14 



Clm$lflt4 A4 Kam 

Siudfnt ptrwmh up to 5 hnei 
art fftii Sludt»t mm 
cammffcml Ads art SI up n> H 
linet Nom- stitdtm commerrtal 
Ads art $4. SO itp m /t lines, |.> ^ 
tachmifl. bm.. 

DKADLINE fOH l»l Btl- 
CATIONSi ARE miDAY 
PRIOR TO PIBIU A- 
TION. 
__- 

WAriTLI; 

Opporlunity in tha 
Tfi¥»l Induitry? 

The #t college tour 
opwaior IS looking tor an 
elfici«nt. fe sponsible, and 
Offlantzed campus 
wpfesentitive <o market a 
Spring Break irip or* 
campus. Earn Irse inps. 
and good commrssions «whil« 
gaining great business 
eiperience. For more 
information call 1-800 
999 4300. 

CHUJCARE 

Lovmg child care providefs 

needed to live- in with 

NapervJile, Klinois area 
tamities. Exc. salary, 
tMnefits. travel. Catl 
collect Napervilte Nannies. 
INC. @ 357-0808. 



BAavsI^E,RSWA^frED 
M'idwest Nannies LTD. call 
359-6246. 



EKL.P 



FOR SALE PliiCOilAL 






MODELS NEEDED 
Models needed for fashion 
shows and print work 
$50.-100. hfly. We 
counsel beginners Slate 
licensed talent agency. 
Spencer Stutftos. Open noon 
to Spm.. closed Sunday. 
815 455 5595. 

OEU HELP WANTED 

Drivers, and kitchen help 
Flexible hours 9 3 MA If 

interested please contact 
Lee & Paul's Deli <S> 490. 
8181. 2368 Hasset) Rd 
HoWmian Estates 



.-'^ '■ .:.. ^-_: :,;n.sefling 

agency is seeking an 
individual who is people 
oriented, likes to be busy 
and have a xartety of dutias. 
Mours M-TH 1:00p.m- 
8:00p.m. (t-hour break) 
Fri 1 :00p m. 5 OOp.m 
Full benefits Palatine 
location. Call Cindy @ 
359-7490. 

HELP! 

We need to see ihe outside 
world. Baby-sitter wanted 
(or occa. afternoons or 
e«t. In oor Barr home for 
our happy, goofy, i.yr,. 
old boy. More fun than 
worki Own irans prfd. 
Right S for right person 
nWref. Call 381 2965. 



'WAMTElJ W AH TEL 



PART-TIME 

$8.90 an hour. National 
chain has openings in all 
areas aiiiiaind with 

marketing, mgnt.. trainees. 
sen/ice and order work. NO 
EXP, NEC. Can work into 
full- lime. Call 882 
6013. 

SECURITY GUARD 

Openings with SPECIAL 
OPERATIONS ASSOCIATES. 
Starting pay $5. and' up. AH 
weekend hrs, available 
Contac! Jeff oi Jerry (gi 
581-8181, In Malrose 
Park, 



UGHT T,EL,EMA,RKETtNa 
Calling to invite people to 
investment seminars. 
Flexible evening and 
weekend hrs $6. per hour 
Call Gary Ferguson, 
Merrill Lynch @ 605 
4375. 



SPRING BREAK 
Tour Promoter Escort 
Energetic person, (M,.'F), to 
lake sign ups lor our 

FLORIDA and/or SOUTH 
PADRE lours. We furnish 
ail materials for a 
successful promotion. Good 
PAY af>d FUN. Call CAMPUS 
MARKETING at 1-800 
777 2270. 



FUNCALiS 

Experienced or will train. 
Hriy, rale & comm, & 
bonuses. $8.-12 hr 
average. Call Susan @ 
520-10Z5. 

DRIVERCOUNTERGIRL 
Mainstreel Cleaners. Parl- 
time driver needed, $5. hr. 
and up Counter- girl, wilt 
irain. Students welcome. 
Catl Jae ® 382-1370. 
Flexible hours. 

■'■— " ■ " ■'■ " ■ """ ' ■II.-..I..I.I.IIII..IIII. I.II.II...I.. iii|ia|iiii i iiii iii i a |i 

PET STORE, 

'''>■■! '-me ,0Ben.|ft9s for 

",1::. F'liKltlilf 

' Pets, 142 
H \\ nign*,sy', f^qjlltl**.. 
Call 9914965. 



ATTEf^lON STUDENTS 
New company tigs S 
openings for P/T help. 

Excelieni pay for those who 
qualify. Scholarships for 
those who qualify. Call our 
office today lor appi. 259- 
8488 Ask fof Greg or Ui 

JOBS IN AUSTRAUA 

immediate openings for 
men and women. $11,000 
to $60.00'0, Constructiofl, 
Manufacturing, Secretarial 
work, Nurses, Engineering. 
Sales Hundreds of Jobs 
listed CALL NOWl 206- 
736-7000 Ell, 308A. 



CRUISE SHIPS 

Now hiring men and women 

Summer & Career 

Opportunities (will tram) 
Excellent Pay Plus World 

Travel. Hawaii, Bahamas, 
Caribbean, Etc. CALL NOW! 
206-736-7000 ExI. 

308C. 

iJ Mtli J 1 L E U 

PROFF, ACADEMIC TYPIST 
Thesis, Resume 

,Dfivelopm«ni, reports, etc. 
Hourly raiH includes 
spelling accuracy. 
puncluation and editing il 
requesled, N.w, area pick- 
up i delivery available, 
contact Donna for appi 
438 4971. 

WP.& SECRBARIALSERV. 

Fast accurate work. 
Letters, resumes, reports, 
etc. Call Sheila @ 307- 

04t4. 

TYPWGETCCTERA 
Term papers. 

dissertations, 
compositions, applications. 
resumes and cover letters 
Located in the northwest 
suburbs, we offer pick up 
and delivery 10 our 
neightwring clients, a post 
office box is available lor 
your mailing convenience, 
$2ityped page and 
paymeni can be made by 
money order or cash. 537- 
8479 or 639 5139. eves 



,;y 'y --v 'V :> ^'^ ^ > 



30VEHNMENT SEIZED 
Vehicles from $100 Fords, 
Mercedes. Corvettes. 

Chevys, Surplus, Buyers 
Guide (1) 805-687-6000 
EXT, S.1053, 

FOR SALE 

1982 LYNX 2 dr. yellow. 

Radio, no A.C. 4-speed 

Good condition, some rus!. 
$950. Call BBS- 9467, 



FOR SALE 

78- FORD VAN 

For work or hunting. 

rusty. 50.000 miles. 

Factory rebuilt eng $800 

Call 741,0584, 



JEEPS 

Can you buy Jeeps. Cars. 
4x4's seiied in drug raids 
lor under $100,' Call for 
facts today. 602-837- 
3401 Ext 3810 



FOR SALE 

Wave goodbye to sleepness 

nightsi Waterbed for sale 

including queen size loam 
collar, heat pad w cont 
lippered liner. All in greal 
shape $300, value for 
$150. Call 593 1105 
Eves. 

.SITTER VWiTEO 

Flight Att mom looking for 

a loving person to care fbr 
2 small children in her 
home. 6 to days per 
month. Pioneer Park area 
in Arlington His, 255- 
5019, 



ROOM-MATE 

Female to share 3-Bed 

lownhome W/same. Pool. 

garage. WD. Security dep. 

of $290. S 1/2 util.no 

pets. 884-9169 after 

6:30p.m. 

ADOPTTON 

We are a happily married 
couple looking tor an infant 
to adopt. We can provide a 
loving home filled with all 
the warmth, security and 
happiness you could want 
tor your child. We will pay 
all med, and legal exps, call 
tor inio, @ 798.2151 



1989 NUDE COED 
CALENDER. 

Featuring color photos ot 
Illinois COLLEGE WOMEN. 
Mail $995 to COED 
CALENDER. P.O. bo« 434H. 
Dekalb, ll. 60115, 1990 
MODELS WANTED, EARN 
$300. 



AL-ANON 

Meetings will be held on 
campus at Harper College 
starting Tuesday. October 
25. For more info, at)Out 
this support group, contact 
Health Services at ext. 
2626. 

TO ANYBODY 

Quality music Quality 
gossip, quality lun. Sloppy 
Jo Sammy Wednesdays. 

M.L.B.D.J. 



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CLAZZlPiSB hb Jr[.:£J-:TJDjI ',■'■ 

iiMkni I'lriienul ■ Up to * Lirici, I Hfe;!:, 

Siiifciic ,,SBi|:rCiiiiiiRirtti,,,u i,'i,,.'i>,i,iirj ill,. , 

■v,>ii-Snii|B»|, CI»lBllr.„i , , 

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Sports 

Is there no-one 

here to 
challenge me? 



Tlic ilarbinier Oriober 13, 1M|. 



i*»|e 15 



ulk 



Bj Bjrom lllanchjrrt 
S(>«ru Kditor 

The Olymc, 
Ttaw aic so mar: . 
•hint. Everyihmu .„ 
(kilktiw 10 surprise 
hil III*; busjjesi sjory Iwi to he* 
FloiciKe CriffiUi lojiw. 

Roto, Ok I'iisica womim on 
ttii% planctCor any oittcr) n the 
nnm (kmunaimg SprirMtr net k> 
live. Noi only (]J4 itic win ihe 
KM) & 2m meter telics and rin a 
leg oi» the gold me<lit wcwiien'i 
MM) mcicr relay, bur nhc ran the 
Mchof kg of *e womc:o'( mile 
rtby. 

The mile itlay fat conadcnrf 
llie (MS ami glory cvcni of ihe 
•toy li »s always iJic last event 
run on the track. The teams 
panic I paling usually gailier 
around to watch the teams four 
men or women mm iheir tean.* 
out. 

Uwally the l»ig stud on 
your team anchortfruns lait). It 
Aies'ni niMlcr who's ahead in 
team starwlmg,* if you lose the 
niifc relay, you leave the staiK« 
»ith a bati usu. m youi nioulh. 

Ameritan and former 
Ojjfinpie tceord huldcr Valeric 



B.ri».'i> 

Stic'd.' ,j, 

floSo wild ri.i. J 

f«n(t«jiton quarto I . ,], 

10 anchor, Whjt*v^ sHi' ,,!.■.■■ >i>f 
rum the iasicst leg oit the i.:-ani. 

The tcjm il.-itr .h,. 

Amefiean n-i, .,,^ 

Wm'IiI rctor,,- J 

wctmd. Oh \'cj1i. ihcv lim hy 
3 .3 hun*cdih^ of a stxomi t )n I > 
when loyner c«mU not nm down 
0%a Hry*nuitia, the Olympic 
gahl medalist, at 4«i mctcri 
t*htth in c»M you didn'i know) 
« the dixiunce covered hy each 
lef in the mile relay 

lijyner did what no oiher 
athlete in modern hiqory lus 
done. She lompeii-d iri and 
gained medals at the three flat 
sprinung distances of KW.WMJ 
and 4(» meters, !nt;idcmal!y. Flo 
had already run 4 heats of ihe tm 
meter dash, 4 heaut of ihe 2('«. 
ihne hcais oT Uie 4()0 and broken 
two Olympic records htfore 
turning it on for Ihe mile relay, 

Perhaps ,she'll concentrate on 
ninning a quaner mile ne»i year. 
•flcr all. hcing the best by such a 
margm must be honng. 



The big 
sting 




By iyrnn Blanthard 
Sp»rt» Kditor 

One year ii,i:i) 1 urotc :i Uiifi, 
■■■'A'ho can heal Mike 
I iht; article, I |i.iMcally 
■■-:,.. .„, fine could- 1 mid you 
that Carl '" The Tniih" Williams 
had a dunce hin ih,ii nr. ,,in,- .■(.,.. 
ccwld loii'. 
like Irt :»r>i 



I'"-'":' :, !•,>,' aiu! Mru„k IjMin u,,ih 
-ill Ihe i,li«.irroi,n,,g venom o( (in 
charm When Rubin Ciivens 
married Mike Ty\on rivet K 
months and ;0 millnw ,(,,!i;,r^ 
ago. The end o( then 
wa,* imminent. 

'■ei'^ I.Hik .n iheii 
rclalinn.,hip triuri ;,i mtlnary 
vie* All:.'; :■■ , i,j„ 

in kHt" jn.l , , \^i 

efkx'Uve itmn ii«,- h-,-. . 

Givcns alienated Tyvon I rum 
all his friend,s and loved ones. 
Miliuiily wt oil this iliiult. 




Then Givens thought lo convince 

Tyson he was emotionally 
unstable and she could noi live 
*.ih him Cailiwa 

If „.,• V.,.,. ,1,,. 

plitni'make ■ ,, 

rlanKVnmit: .,, 



1, Gel the oaC to fall m 
love with me. I'm prelly. he's a 
bcucr. no problem,.. 

2, tfave sen with him 
nice .then cLiini I'm pfepiunl. 
■Nhmpin wedilinp 

• ■ ' "ned 

e htm ii< hin' 
my nimnei e\peiiM'. 
houses, etc, ihal ^ 
can'i lake (hem uiin .Rc:,mtii 
when I put step 1 1 into clfcvt. 

5. Pretend I lose my 
rem-c xisitcnt baby. 

6. Convince the oaf that 



A hungry H,.l g,,,.. (.., iht ,p,kr ,/>4„,,,, f,y j,,^„ .;,,„,„, 

B's NFL 
update 

U> Hvrun Hlancli^rd 
S|nirl» Cdliitr 

NtJlf. Appear-! Neil r» Tb, Teams 

1. I..A Rams 3 ■ - nMl 

■ ■"■ ■•■' Orleans Sainis 2 

l-ransisco 1 
■-1 .-Xtlatua Falccms 4 

NFCrFVrR,y, 



his friends are cheaiiric "im 
Leaving him with nmhins hui 
swcei old me, 

■'. Say Mike K-ais me. 
H. Tell ihc vk-oild Mike 
h.is emotional pntbleitK, 

9 Tell Baibaia A'aU.-is 
' '.ki.,' IS cra/y (manic dtpri^.s'vc), 

10. Make Mike blow up 
•n public, then tave him, 

11. F~ile (or divorce for 
20 million, I'll lake himie iiKiiu 
10 Oh, well 

12. laugh all the way 
to ihc bank. 

As we all know ihe person 
being victimi/cd is always the 
most blind Weiber ii W- a man 
cheating on his wile oi j woman 
marrymp for nionev ,-\i least 
'■' • ■■ '1 learn the joys i>( pre- 
iis-ments and Ihe value 
..1 .uikue Irom his ciders a bit 
more. Face it. we've all been 
slimg by ihe Robin Givens of the 
» orld Bui our batlles rarely cost 
10 million dollars in retiarations. 



1. Chicigo Bears 1 

2, Minnescita \'iKiris.'s 2 
,T Tampa Bay ,' 

4, Detroit [.itins 4 

4. Cjreen B;i> Citlcfs s 
NF€ FACT 

I., '■'tiomc.i C'ardtnals .s 
2, New "Vork C'ii.inis 2 
2. Phiaikiphia Eagles } 
2. Washington Redskins 

5, Dallas Cowboys 4 



1, Scahawks 2 

2. Denver Broncos 1 

.1. Lm Angeles Raitfers 1 

.1 San Diego Chargers 4 
!>. Kansas City Chiefs ,!» 

.. Arv : I' l r il N I K :i -\L 

1. (incinnaii Bengal 2 
- HoiLsion Oilers 1 
.'. Cleveland Bmwns '» 

4. Pittsburg Steelers 4 



Time is no longer 

an obstacle 

toeamingyour 



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l'<..)((.,m> Jfsinned tnr 
w>rkini!.<Jul|v ih.ii 



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1. BulfaloBills I 
2,Ncw York Jets » 
.'. Miami ffclphins <i 
4 New England Patriots 4 
5. Indianapolis Colts 2 i 



%:Wl((SSi, i 'SKI,* 

NCE 

H,>USdD[D lim. 



Sports 



The Harbingtr October 13, 1W« 



PtRe 1* 



Hawks get juiced up, sneak by Illinois Valley 



»f SaiHlji Salotort 
SlalT WriKT 

II you liopped and asked • 

Ilarfwr ImllMi) icam playcf wto 
tm hero is. line would opccl 
kiin 10 sty Jim McMahon « 

Wilier Paytan or maybe sonicoiie 
elie. Bui after ihca win againxt 

ihe Illinois Valley Apufhes las« 
Sftiurday. he would p«*aWy lay 

Jiinws Haywood 

The Apaches got an early 
breiA when Tnd*l Teste lumWed 
and R** Kcltv '.-< ..v.T,-,t ih*- hall 
M HariK-r'* -:■ !iimWc 

alhiwcd II- ' , ' ■"■■> jn 
iinsKccssful 4t)->jMtJ tii'lil f>Kii 



Braiinilmni "- 
IrfUmlhf rt 
Iltir 

fir.,! : 

:1,.J„:l 



Out miat nr« nursing a brtiiKd 

kidney. 

'Haywood's comehick allowed 
Ih'C Hawks* lo dominaic the 
Kctind half storing '' utuchdowns 
.and only illowing Illinois 
Valley a louchAiwn 

Harper iw* a 14- U lead in 
ihe bcgining of the third when 
Haywood ran for an R-ytrd 
Kniehdown. The drive »<-nl 21 
yai'ds m 3 plays which was set up 
hy a Ijlhcm inicrtcpn.wi 

HarpcT made lli>' ■ 
wlicn Hay wfKTdw I'll i 

u ■! ihc litker 



The A(i.,kh.. I1114I |*''-M-\Mi>ri 

..( 111.' . ,,■11.- lull h.ti. t I lit) 
I, urUiHJk;tH-t! I Of .1 ? ^ 
: ,i.i*ii run lllimii'i 

Vallt'v > ." |iiiiril t isimTMDi'i 
.4t«cmf'< '*'"i''' ifh, ■■irii>l.-!.,; iti.iriks 
10 Harj- 



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pi 11 111 k*il ti» Iht I-.' jli- .'. 

'■■i,)>n*n o« .111 ?' >-" 

-. ■;iH0li Carr h- K.;'. . 

i', l..vl 7 (.:,,,,■ .;■! 



....'lifi; 111 it I l"i. 
. ..iitkt hall JK.;t -..iiui.- fml pane. 



MIVnIiT liUiniil ""I'MHi 

■I a imithikm'ii with 



M,;4lv;ll 




Sports shorts 



Us Simij Sal> aloft 
Slaft WflU'i 

STAH1 t(H:R, CHRISTMAS 
SHOmM. EARLY 

11 yowl suiiinn yt>ui Chnsiinas 
shopp">» '••aflytlilic meK don'l 
foigel 10 stop at your local 
hooksiori: 10 pick «r Brian 
Bos worth' *lxK:ik ""nic Ho/," "Ilic 
houk IS ranked founh on the 
Nali<m Noilfett'inal li^-t am) ("i(lh 
on tlw ChKago Nonfitiinnal tm 

r.l:'I SS WHO'S 'IN "H'''»^\' 



pri!" 
li;iw 
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B«i 'Vcia.,- I ;. .-•■ 

HAWK 
OF THE 
WEEK 

ISt llkiiin Hlanthard 
Spurts 1- (titter 

Will II I'. >' .^'t '. . 11:. I 
ItiL- 1)1 1 rj I, 



t..>r.,'a.. ■ Hay* I'nJ. 

lUvwtanI « h.< \al UUI the ("list 

,' • ■ ,ii,iri\t l-titru'V. 

/,, ■ ,. h,tli<; 



rh.i. i, \!,-n- lur/vTisii I*' *c Kaik (('fcilti As 




Ji l i T Iff"'** 

sign up now in M-building! 



8- BALL 

Pillitirds Tournament 

Dale: Friday, October Zkt 

Entry Deadline: nionday,Oct«:il-ier 17th 
Wli.it nmc''.,,..Ni.HMi 'ii!! 4:(Hlpni 
WluTC al'*., A-buildiiig billiards table 

Thirf will *>4 entries, first e«me first 
jp A, S.A.I'.! The starlinj" lime is 
not prfsenl when )«>ur n.iiin- is 
)iiu wilt furffil }<iur iiiatcli. 



^ S » ii n 
4 v.iu'r 



served! 

.inn. If 
called. 



. 11 ««e lit 

iii:.,,; J TV,n»i 

,v .Associate* 
".ike Dilka, Eric 



U sou iu'.i 't' ' 
bj Jei-. 

iji)»-«cv 

lucky tlaj 



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Dickcrson. .Julius "',Di. J" Erving 
a,kmg *iiJi otJwi sport, ccfchs *ill 
he doing a new WO phone 
numhef for sports tips. 

hi' V.' .\Kt; ON THE TORONTO 
f-R( I ■•\ • '■' 

Bill j...;.i.~..... ,..'viiesiewldiiM-t 
who was sinpijctl of his medal. 
IS Iv-ir.if ■* .11 Jifi.} !>v thr Toromo 
pijli.. 't a MaiUT^ 

pi,i: ■■ - -itUT ..( 

! ■ncd 
' 'n a 



C .» J '.. i K' .1 u 



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(lass "D" Raquelhall Tournament 

Touniaiiicnt Date: .Saturday. (.Jctober 22iid 
t".ntr\' Deadline': Monday, Oct ii'ber 17th 
U ' Odani 'till !:(Mlpm 

VViicu .t. M building kaquctball Courts 

500-1000 Mile Club 
Run/Walk/Swim 

Here's Ihe deal: 

1 . ) \'ou ma\' nin/walk/swini anywhere you 
wish 1 rack >our mileage and log it in the 
black log books on the hitraniural table in 
M-buiUling. 

2. 1 Once a a eek tlie mileage is taken out of the 
log books and transferred to the large 5(K)- 
ICKK) mile chart hanging in the gym 

3. 1 .'\fter completing the 5(K:)-1(XX) miles you 
will receive a Harper College 5(K) or KW) 
mile club T-shirt. _______ 



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t'.ilaliiii'. l!;.:i 



l.'i.vr :iL l*(HS 



The newest phone operator: 

a computer 




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"Smoking in 

Areas 



Designated 
nly" 



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ift Writrr 



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)ii«:i liiiiflnl M 10 wlKM lilt)' sail !iiiiH:ik:«!T." 



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Mafper joins health OH hef roclltf wltH 

kick; How to €fat r.gh'l ouf mom; If kid« 

over the candy eatmg could be president'' 

seaso^n, A tight PossiWy an. easier 

cookie recipe choce on the ballot' 



Pag« 2 



Page 3 



Honwcomino wseh (or 

ll»r««« Ma tun: Alum 
Matlm !■'■■ '■/) 

Harper .: 
success 
movies 

Page 6 



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I iniuinll> lulkd tvlinsioiis on liimiHis 



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A ioH Of liatilning; 

The Harpef Hawks 
!,::■ " ■ ;nne Valley 
V. . go alt the 

way? 



Page 8 



The Harbinger's 
Graphic Art Contest 
offers (our (4) 
prizes (or a graphic 
representing the 
Harbinger, deadline 
Oct 28 



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1 






Features 



Thf Harhinaer October 2«. IW8 



page 2 



Harper joins health kick 



II) \li»(i«le tHir.n. \l.i 
Tiiik lie '! 



pij.i 



i.:'*;l of Cillin'g Mi« »lt ' 

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Second Place 

5 sessions at the Bahama Sun 
Tanning Spa 

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Dinner for two at Swensen's Ice 
Cream/Restaurant 

Fourth Place 

$10 Gift certificate at Chili's 
Hamburger (irill & Bar 

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p.iper, The js::raphit: Nhmikt in ti'i .i 2'\"y Mju;ri\; ariil wiiul,,! 

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SKI CLUB 

TTic firsi mformaiwnal Sli 
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Thursitoji. Cktoher 27. m 12:10 
p.m. nd S .«) pm m D ;»y 
nit y€«'s rrpciiiiil luid nai»iu.l 
)ik> nnps wilt fcc aii'nouiiml md 
nguUMitm for Uw inps imU 
lake plate. Everyone u inviied. 
und twginmcn an wefcoww. Fm 
more: tnlonnalion cuntatl, Mike 
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cafe'lcna lia,)' ana C *:■,■.! !.[Kak.i.-.r 
will he .IJi. Ckir Hinuw »hti 
will lallc on "Conflici 
Rearfiiiion." CkMpa.l.u.|«i*ms lo 
Bc(h Youfifliwe »lio w» 
efcicied Trawwrr at ihc HKWimi 
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CiMituny coniKt Cindy FiiKrlt, 

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study (trouii meets M.>(iil:i\\, 
from 111 1(14". II 111 .jii,t II . 
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tk'iil Wild I).' 
PeO'ple"' gmup n.. . 
from 1 - I p.m. an,.t \>»aii:,c:«Li) 
from, 1:30 - PM p m, "ni.-y are 
opcin M) all student hm mart 
mfonnsilM'in coniatt Paula Tabor' 
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PTK TO GIVE HARPER ART 
TOUR 

Su»*n Hffnt 

'"■I *"!! *:'"*<>r ..Aniyone mierewnl. m kaimmf 

'■etl mf ni,K-rM.if Miir(i<;f''i jhmt Itu- art ai Htrper .is 

rtiiipk-r 111 f'tii Tbcta cntiiuragcd lir[iart:i£i(»ie 
KapiM 4*1 n lie conducting, ii free Fiw re,wn'*i,i,ont leaw- your 

loui 4>ni.iri'i.-t'< ari cm Saluriiaji. tumc jr..I [i..'H,-[>h.iiri.,- ri,,inili,„,'r in 

OctuHei 22. at 1 pm, and ihe H 

rmmeduiely (oikiwinj the ihc •,; 

Smilbanniiaii l«:l:are. A. -''" 

COAT DRIVE 



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and Btotbem aiKl Sim. 
(B AS I r i ,:ire >r«nv.i'nri. 
Thiri.1 ,.\nrn.i.,it I'oji l„,>ri'i.c 
M<wdj.>,(.Vuih(-r M uvnim^.i.,. 
Nc»vc.rrilK*r }. 

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offered 10 Harper Ccillegi- 
■auilcms, (iw m.ore m(iinii.i!um 
miip iiHo ibe Financial Aid 
Of(kc„Ro<::im,lM, 



Tlif Luu Buchenot 
Scholarship 

The Lou Buchenoi 
StholM'sAip a a $2fl«3 shotoship 
to he iwanled for the S.pr>ng l>»H9 
ic™> II) a conliflumg Jtudeni *bi:i 
will be enrolled lull-iime in any 
of Ibe following priigram!. 
Degree program in FO'Od 
Managemew. Cemficaur program 
in Baling, m Cemficate program 
in (,''mking 

In adilitiort lo the full nme 



niii.iimim UP A o( .2,5 and 
Mihmii a profetiionil goal 
suiemem 

.Applicatiom arc .awiilaWe in 
Iht Fiiiam;.Bt Aid OffWe :ia A- 
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'T^lit ■itmilint. tmt 
■Pltiieatinn .anil fuppurtinit 
malerial is Nu»em.t»tr 22. 
HIM. 

• • • • .» • *. .«. 9 * .«, ., 

Nctle ami Stmt: 
Goro* Scholarship 

Tbe Ncltc and ksne Gorni 
Sch.i..ii.:*.r\hip i.c oN\«rinir Iwi i?!' 



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EMPLOYMENT 

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!>aiMii' Dtriit 
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"rem Harper 

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iban VIM) (our- year tolfc.gtsi ami 
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iCholar%fiips for the m.dislrttl 
UKlum iinj fce-s fur cimanuirig 
lull unic *ludent» (or the l'«.B-H9 
iic»:l<mit yrar 

C'riicru lor 'iflccuoii will tx- 
ImanLial need anil .. i.iiki-.!.'iii 
el fort shown by ih' 
obliin Ibe best gmiV . ■ • 

AppliLaiionv all.- .[■-.i.J.jl-.lt iii 
ihc OIliu," 111 t-'iiuiM, i.j1 ,.\nl in .i-\. 
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Oi^adtine fur 

tuhmilling applualionv lo 
the Orrice of tin.iniul \id 
ii Navfmber 22. r*HS. 

Scbolarsbipi can aUo be 
found in the Business Doi\uin 
Otlfcc. riKwn J24<» 



ADDITION. \ I. 

SCHOI,ARS!II[' 
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Cbicauci l-ixid ItnikiTA 
4iin.<-..Hn.» ■M-bnliirsbip 
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Fall 1988 
Offerings 

October 

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We understafx) that you've invested a tot ot hard work in 
your education So when you transtef to RooseveN, we 
make every ettorl to see m* Itie transitiofi is smooth for 
cwuinuing yoor studies 

We offer a wide' vanety of degree programs indudtng 
Ho9pilali(y Managemenl, Business Administration, Com- 
puler Science. Economics. .Joomatem, Muse. Theatre 
and rtiany others Wtiat s more, we boast a top-notch 
faculty, smmi classes and admission counselors ready 
to. assist you in enrolling at HooseveM , 

Even if you're not quite ready to transfer, we urge you 
to talk with one of ouf counselors and tour one of our 
campuses. Planning early insures a smooth transter 



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Stmirm. ptrtitnali up m 5 (tnri 

art FHEE Sladrni non 
' •mmemal Ath are SI ■ mp^ lo S 
:nft, Hon- siudtm commeraM 

.■■Ut ijfr $4 5(* 10 ity .* tiitef l,.'« 

mekaU1..ine 

KAnLi?N(" I'Oit I'tniJ- 

CATKINS \U¥ IKItl4V 
fit I OK lO I-IBIIIA. 

TION. 

'WAy'fT£i> 

SWING BREAK 
Tour Promoter Escort 
EnergMic p«rson.{M'F), lo 
take sign ups tor our 
FLORtOA and'of SOUTH 
PADRE tours. We furnJsli 
all mattfials tor a 
stwcsssfiii promoim. Good 
PAY and FUN- CaU CAMPUS 
MARKETING it 1-800' 
777-2270. 

SECURITY GUARD 
Openings with SPECIAL 

OPERATIONS ASSOC lATES- 
Slafiing pay $5, and up. Ail 
wsekend brs. available 
Contact J«« Of Jerry # 
581 eiai In Malrose 
Putk. 

PARTTME 

S8.90 an tiour. National 
chain has op«nings in alt 
areas afiliated mm 
inarketing, mgnt.. trainees, 
service ana order work NO 
EXP NEC. Can work into 
lull- lime Call 882 
60t3. 

Opportunity In 111* 
Travel Industry? 

Tt»e #1 college tour 
operator is looking lor an 
efticient, responsible, and 
organized campus 
representltive to market a 
Spring Break trip on 
campus. Earn free trips, 
and good commissions wliito 
gaining great business 
experience. For more 
information call t 800 
199 4300. 



ATTENTION STUDENTS 
New company has 5 

openings lor P/T help. 
E«cetleni pay for ttiose wlTo 
qualilv Scholarships for 
those who (qualify Call our 
Office today for appt 259 
8488 Ask tor Greg or lit.. 



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DEU HELP WANTED 
Drivers, and kitchen hetp. 
Flexible hours 9-3 MA, if 
inieresled please coniac* 
Lee a Paul's Deli A90- 
ettl. 2358 HasMli Rd. 
Hoflman Estates. 

'mO0E:IS NEEDED 
Models needed lor fashion 
shows and print work 
$50. -too, hrty, We 
counsel beginners. Stale 
licensed talent agency 
Spencer Studios. Op«n noon 
to 5p,m., closed Sunday 
815-455-5,595. 

MODELS WANTED 
Photo test sessions- 
Glamour and (ashion. Studio 
Image. 8t5-459-5950, 

WHE,EUNG PARK DtST- 
Swlm instructors ,ne«ded 
immediately, Tuea. & 
Thurs. ewes. /Sat mornings. 
W.S.I. $5. hr and up. 
Advanced life-savers |4,- 
5, hf. Apply today Henlage 
Park. £22 S, Wolf R<1,. 
Wheeling- CatI Oianne # 
537-2222. 

FUNCALLS 

Experienced or will train. 
hrly. rate 8 commission S 
bonuses $8. t2 hr. 
average Call Susan @ 
520 t025. 

TRAVEL REPRESENTITIVE 
On-campus travel 
representative or 
organization needed lo 
promote Spring Break Trip 
to Florida or Texas Earn 
money, free trips, and 
valuable work experience 
Call Inter campus 
Programs (collect) 1- 
312-231 4323 

GOVERNMENT JOBS 
$16,040 $59,230 yr. 
Now Hiring. Call (1)805 
687-6000 EkI. R 1053 
tor current federal list. 

WAREHOUSE 

Person needed tor 

airtreighi forwarder In Elk 
Grove Village area, Tues- 
Sat. 25-30 hrs. per week. 
Contact Ray ® 439-1 OBI 

between 9-5, 



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JOBS IN AUSTRALIA 

Immedrate openings tor 
men and women, $11,000 
to $fi0,00'0, Conslruct,ion, 
M,anuf.acturing, Secretarial 
work. Nurses. Engineermg. 
Sales. Hundreds of jotos 
listed- CALL NOW1 206- 
73«- 700-0 Ext, 308 A 

CRUISE SHIPS 
Now hiring men and women. 
Summer & Career 
Opportunities (will Iram) 
E«cellent Pay Plus World 
Travel. Hawaii, Bahamas. 
Caribbean. Etc, CALL NOW' 
206 736-7000 E«l 

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IWINGETCETCRA 
Term-papers, 
dissertaitons. 

compositions, applications, 
resumes and cover letters. 
Located in the northwest 
suburbs, we offer pck up 
and delivery to our 
neighboring clients; a post 
olftce box IS available (or 
your mailing convenience 
$2 /typed page and 
payment can be made by 
money order oi cash. 537- 
8479 or 639 5139. flves. 



TYPING SERVCE 

Typing done out ol m^ 

home. Fast, accurate 
typing. Term papers, 
f sports, etc. Pick- up and 
delivery available. Call 
LaVonne igl 860-0241 or 
leave a m«sage. 

W.P,.S. SECRETARIAL SERV. 
Fast accurate work. 
Letters, resumes, reports, 
etc. Call Shetia © 307- 
0414. 

PROFF. ACADEMC TYPIST 

Thesis. Resume 

Develo-pmenl, reports, etc. 
Hourly rale includes 
spelling accuracy, 
punctuation and editing if 
requested, N.W. area pick- 
up / delivery available 
contact Donna for appt 
438-4971 

CHILD CARE 

Loving ch-iM cure providers 
needed to live -in with 
Napervitie, Illinois area 
tamthes, E»c, salary, 
benefits, travel. Call 
nltect. Nafierville Nannies, 
INC. m 357-0808. 

BABYSITTERS WmtED 
Midwest Nannies LTD. ca« 

359-6246- 

JO Si S,AL'S 

CAR STEREO 

Do you want thundering 
base ? Screeching highs in 
your car? t-A,lptne 7162 
am/lm caset1e,i -Alpine 
3210 w'EQ amp . &- 
Boston acoustic 5* 
speakers. 2 Audio Mobile 
sub-wooters. 2- audio 
mobile satellite speakers, 
1 audio mobile SA1200 
amp. 180 watts total. Great 
system,,. LIKE NEW. Free 
Installation. Worth $1500. 
$600, or best. Call 35i- 
1562. 

1970 MONTE CARLO 

Runs great, new battery, 
brakes, am/tm stareo 
wi'casette. 1675. C-att 
934-1680^ 

1981 JEEP 

CJ5. 27,000 m-trts.PS. 
lilt, new lO'P. eHC. 
condition, runs great. 
$3900. or best. 529- 
00,34, after -60, m. 

GOVERNMENT SEIZED 
Vehicles from $100. 'Fords. 
M^ercedes, CorvetteS-. 
Chevys. Surpl-us. Buyers 
Guide (1) 8-05-687-6000 
E,XT, S-10S3. 

MOBILE HOME 

Beautiful 14 X 70 mobile 
home, 3 bed, 1 -bath, large 
carport new storage shed 
All appi & C'A Asking 
$24,500. Call tor info. 
537-5856 or 359 2500. 
(Whaelino 8 Whippletree) 



JEEPS 

Can you buy Jeeps, Cars. 

4x4s seized m drug raids 
for under $100.' Call lor 
facts today, 602-837- 
3401. Ext, 3810, 

18 KORG DS-a 

Keyboard and synihesiier 
hardly used- Dual 
oscillators. fully 

programmable. 400 
presets $900, or best Call 
Kevin & 397-4319, Eves, 

GOVERNMENT HOMES 

Ifom $1. 'U Repair', Also 
tax delinq-ueni property 
Call 805-644-9533 Ext, 
995 for info. 

WAUTl-D 

ADOPTION 

We are a happily married 
couple loo-king for an infant 
to adopt We can provide a 

loving ' ■ -- ' ■ «-d with all 
the w,i i,:urity and 

happiness you could want 
for your child. We will pay 
,alt m'ed. and legal exps. call 
lor info, # 798 2151. 

APARTMENT FOR RENfT 

2-8r ,1-bath wilh Ig 
walk-in closet. All 

appliances, conveniently 
tocaied in Palatine, All this 
for only $575. a month 
which includes heat. For 
more into, call 541 6700 
ask for Trevor. 

GRAPHICS PERSON 
The HaAinger is in need of 
a graphics person. Greai 
ton, great pefop-le, great 
experience, Conlacl Doug 
@ 397-3000 ext, 2461 



1989 NUDE COED 

CALa^DEH, 

Featuring color photos ot 
Illinois COLLEGE WOMEN, 
Mail $9 95 to COED 
CALENDER. P.O. box 434H, 
Dekalb, l! 601 15. 1990 
MODELS WANTED. EARN 
$300. 

AL-ANON 

Meelings will be held on 
campus a I Harper College 
starting Tuesday, October 

25, For more into, about 
this support group, contact 
Health Services at exi 
2626 

SUEB- 

A BIG HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO 
YOU FROM EVERYONE HERE 
AT THE HARBINGER. 

(SINGER) 

TO ALL STUDENTS: 

TRY WHENEVER POSSIBLE 
TO "AVOID THE NOID" 

WE ALL KNOW WHO THESE 
PEOPLE ARE SO LET S TRY 
TO STAY AWAY FROM THEM, 
THEY ARE WINING. 
SNIVELLING LITTLE 
PEOPLE THAT GET ON YOUR 
NERVES- 

MB 

SCOTT 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY YOU 
PARTY ANIMAU 

YOURBRO 
MARC 



WRITERS 

The Harbinger is in need ol 

writers, give yourself a 

challenge and write lor the 

paper Contact Doug 

@ 397-3000 ext. 2461. 

or stop by A367 



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HRhPEr 

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sign up n<nv in M-buildinji! 
8-BALL 

n.itc: iTiJay. Octuivr 21m 
l-nirv IV;i(iltni'- nunK!;i\. ( )ciulvr 17ih 
W'ii.ii nr,i>; ■ NiHiii nil 4:(t(linn 
Wiicic .It.' \-huiidmg hilli.tiiN lahk- 

iluri.' "ill (.4 .■nlritv. lirM '"""■ '"^' -"■'■^'■■'' 
sr..i up \> \ !• : I '•«• "-ti'rl'nB """■ '•■ ">">".'' 
v.aiTf n..l iH.-M..( "h.n ^>.u^ n.imt- i* CilU'it. 
,„u „ill f..i-r.-il )"ur ttiatth, 

r i...^ "IV Riifiiu'thall Toiimainont 

roiimarvK-i:* . " ' ^- ■ 

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500-1000 Mile ( lub 
|^1^T|/\V:»lk Swim 

i I Hen's ihf (kill: 

1.1 ^ >.ii in.t\ nmAv.ilk/>wim aruxOuTO vmi 
w isli i I'.uk \oiir niiicagc aiiJ los; il in llic 
black log hooks on ihe Imrasmiral tabic m 
M-biiildiiiii. 

2.1 OiKC a wcfk the mileage is taken out oHhe 
log books and iransterred to the large M,«)^ 
HXX) mile elian hanging in ilie gym. 

^ ) After cvniinleiina the 5itO-l(MH) nnles you 
vMllrecene a Harper College 5(K) or HKK) 

mile club T-shirt. ...... 



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(mipte IS nmt iillrn minimal It 
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EaaakMi;.! ■ntiiUlif ianairmiriH -wMch (w ■ group of 

cnlicgir sinft' and satiaknis wIk.> will >,(icml a iliy in a whccktiair caitlit| 

. »i ill I of thiiii notwiat Amu. 

I iliu Ffs| ivit t A.M'3« 

IcVOfMi. 'Aona 'ilw Sihano Binia"-almi Iteiriiif km muS 



3:tS|iH "leMi fMinw: tn My Cmx Muiic" -■taut a 

vkfmm miaiGiin with polio 
3iMpK 'BiOfeill Rlt|iMW"-tM!ad injia-y:. Mimieil l>y 

RioliKd Binai 
3;4Spai 'Ui Md Tham'-ilKNii phywally disibM peapie and (Mr 

(hendilHM wilti cHben 
Wednes<toy, November 2 



An tfMMliKilMi «> Anetian Deaf Cuiiwe: 

;ldiMity:- ■ taH iliow kmnm wiit ilwie 'dcjif 



U.o. in JNiC3^r3.gu3,i 
Harper instructor tells story 



MMbH ViiiiMljini'«id[lBwlliiiuiy 
IttMMi llMrtm Law 

t ::<Xlpin A ifta tui :liDai Aocan Living ur Chkafo mM duKaw 




d WeaknajKi'-tlNNa otUefe. 
iWiHtwii 'iili tiinmin iitiiitiimii 
l:«BpB *W1M Do tmftkt Wttim Yon Soe a fiUnd 

ftnMr a liiaKimim mill about iniccKtii^ with a 



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Ko.K-h. Morris stjppuri I'nitetJ VV.iy Piigc 3 
'111 \t>u fc;ill\' chtwse 
what vi'U listen tti'' 
"Withtnil a Clue" l:nicrt.iiiis 

I u k^■l^ are im sale 

(iir the tall pla> 

How have our Hawks becti dtiing? 

Fake u look 



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ere arc some example lopks you 
Niucieni should ihink aboiil: 

llow do vou loci about a campus 
iih>crvator\ .' 
What ikvcv I lan'vr 'H'cJ to iinprovc ' 
How did yuii react to iln' »<--w artwork in 
building A? 
. I'liero are six main acadcniic divisions on 
campus Ihai six senators on the Student 
Senate represent: 
-technoiogy, math and pltysieal science 
-liberal arts 
-s[X'cia! sciA'iccs 
-husiness and scicial science 
-physical edticiti'Ti , .iililciics an 

recreation 
-hie science and liuman services 
e.ish senator has S3(K) to spctul on their 
particular division. It can be difficult in 
deciding what a division may need cr Iwv. 
to spend it's S'^lK). 




Student Senate Elects Officers 



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J»ank,imn :i(>(>»inl«t Susan tkrnc 
m lite Senate Secrciary. Berne 
will lyps- ifie mceling •gciida. 
take mrtca m meetings, and lypc 
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S„„.kin^: .s a-l..s.,m. Sniukmn .s ,^L.,no>..iis, l.uii^c.uKcr uoni happen lo me. 

Tins vc u i:\0(HI Aincncms Ic.uncdthc liuth iboM siiu-king 

v^ lici . 1 ! les tt ere dM|;i» >scd w ith lung cancer. 

Tlie (ircai .-\iiiericari Smokeiait. Nov. 17. 



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Th* Harbincer Octob«r 27, l»«t 



page 3 



Roach, Morris support United Way 



B; MIrhtIt ()«irf>w«ki 
Fcaturito fdiinr 

JotiiMiy Morris. «in>n,!icastCT 

ftir channel 2. will he «tM;iik,mg ai 

Htrpei on Ckiohcr 27 nt 11:11 

K'fwe ihc open ht»u,sc from 
n,fX»-l:a)„ 

MwTis «ill Ik ap)X".aring i:m 
■hehsilf (rf (he lifliu-tl Way in I 
kyiiWtng audtionum rmitm 14,1. 
Ficuliy and »iu«knis alike a«t 
invitei] to come ii> itw iectim: aiwl 
film on the Cmmde ol 
■ "'i-y. 

Hi»pei iiu (icen an avid 
fiipponer of ilte Umird W3v\ 
xtiviiks iKginnmg •*'.<:■ 
Pre«dail MtGrath's i. 
ihc- (iriiHiiijiMm. 

McO»ail» even tatmie erne of 
the tKMfd mwmhcn al Urn Unncd 
Way (>f Pabltnt*. 

Carteni ftesileM Tlwiminon 
hm tisij drcided u> ewkir«- the 
United Way [wopam, by Ki«dni| 
a leik-t lo (he I'acully and tudi 
*ilh itii-ir pay checlis as ■ 
reminder itial ■ I'niied Way 
pn'>griiHi w heinji miiiau-d ai th* 
coHcie and tbail employee 
iiuppon and parlieipiiiion would 
he jippirt lilted. 

The «gani/,»tion tisctf «:» 
like a iti.iddk-inan in 4j,i<ilrilHHm| 
funds to needy aie.m-iej. It as 
nafi-pf,,>lii or|ani»iiii'on ihal 
iraro|».<|:m rewdfiii. i ' ■«•« 
people li.f ti,. ,-,,,j 

'■("■ihgies them u- iK-nriKtiil 

:hc I'niti-d W,u ..I r',i,,i,.i,' 




>Tiis/IO() cents) to twenty 
.liifncics ^ The Boy Scouts, 
I liiirhnwtli Center, ("TOntt'y ■iide, 
ihe Harln,)t iind The Siilvation 
,\miy ■ aniotm them 

KarperS toniail wiih the 
I'm led Wjv of Paljiiiik- n Harper 
K'' ilum Kjiliken Roath 

C'urrenily a stholar<.hip 
\luikiit at RooKvelt i;niv.ersity. 
Roach graduated from Harper 
With honors with an AsHxiaie ot 
Science tiegree in 1WN7. 

aO I h e r of her 

•ccomrlnhrrierm mcludf 
iiit-mK-rshiii ui I'tii ThcU'Kappa 
: ■ ,'ii-ni o( the 

■ :':''r -\»ard lot 
' ■'■ ^c.lr. 



Ki>,,ith voluntceri on the 

illtnnix Piaiiic Cirl Stout Board 
I'lf l*ir«'H,:>rs ts well as «r\'in^! j-. 
irusk-t; of the Alma Collet'.- ■. 
Inicrnjiional F-oundaUon 
MorcuviT, Roach mana(ics 
( iarivf ■ s S tee 1 1 :imn i Kami 

Ri>ach applied and irns 
chosen !'»eculive Dim: lor of ihr 
r'alaime branch ol Ihc I'niicd 

\V,l^ LlMft !\ m, ct<:|^tV i\|' i ,t">rv,!..>ri 



K»j,kl'iH:-i:fi Kvmi'h. *M,ir,. 



then goes to that agency. " 
esplaiiKd Roach 

Roach sees 'the L'nitcd Way 
js a real lime saver, where 
investigation of reptjtahle chanty 
oriani/alions is ulen care of by 
the agcnc\ rathcj than the 
m.,liu.l.i.,il 

I ii'.>^ ihi:> |(iros|H-clive 
. :■ in tunc, there is no 
.ng where the need is." 
unscrvctl Ki,ot:h 

"Many (xii ii .md 

don't give at all v.. ... j„m nuke 
it easier." 

Although not as large an 
organHatitm as the l„„init«l Way 
ot Elk Oiovc Of Shaumhurg. the 
I'alaliiie hrani:h has a suhMjniial 
miineurv gctti 

' *' ^ metre 
■ ii..,. l.l^i 1. .11 -. Li'ueiiion The 
liniied Way campaign al Harper 
■*ill kick ofl l)cti)tx;r 27. 

I .tsi >cai Kdiich brought the 
('irl Seoul's display to Itarperas 
pan of a United Way ont-ntation 
display lo show the "where" and 
'heiw" donated monies were 
.illix,iied. 

Riiaih ;i(tmits, 'l really (eel 

that a.ss,oei.iiiuii -^nh H.irper 

'"""'"' "■ ' .eel ihis job. 

': •• gives money - 

I',, -la-oiini." 

H.irjKT even allows United 

'A ,!i !.> -li-n. ufuir M.nuiicdl 

. uline an 

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The Harbinfer Oclober 17, IWU 



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Ulhich presidential candidate are you 
noting for and mhy? 




Jolin (iartnrr 

DuUkis, 1 *ani lo voa- for ihc 
petntm whose going lo do the 
nio« fur mc •• rct««<ii m»* N'^i 
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Oavt Menard 

Dtiltaku.. fccmie Bush and the 

Reifnn ii(liiiiiii»mii«m lie too 





M.irk Mahrrw 

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1 doni know. Tlicy bolh seem 

Ukc toi l*>cy arc urKlccidctl abtmi 

many ihingv B«ti appear Ihai 

Ihcy'arr rwx «lt rwitivatctl. ihev 

arejuil doiig whal oikir people 

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Wellnc*% on Wtir.,-!-. 
tW t:t W I IS ti'imiiH: t.' li.itr-'.'r 
College , Building A. on 
Thurwiay. November 3. 1<«H 
from *>:00 a.m. 10 1:'V> p.m. 10 
offcifreeticalit>il>i-ik-ii('^ 

Wellness i>n WIki'K k m 
;ilonsio« of Ihe Ailull Ik-allh 
fiii>i;ram of the Cook Couniy 
l)i'paniTii-ni ol Piihlic Health 
mhiih u availaWc in Mihuihan 
C«»k County resiifcm> *lio nnvl 
Itnncutt ,reijuijememji. 

Wellness on Wheels is 
farnished with Maic-ol'-thc-art 
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tin- iiillimmf; «Tsit:«: 

|itn>,u .il,fH3rns 

tk-ali,ti vounseling 
-icsb for anemia 
■xc.m fa diahcies 
-Wood (irfssurc stiwning 
- vimwiiind hearing ie<4l 
..dental check 
.T H test 

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OPEN HOUSE: 
ROOSEVELT 
UNIVERSITY 
SUNDAY, NOV. 13 
1-4 P.M. 



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Thii hcailh cheek -up is 

designed lo men \hc needs ol 
jx-ople. IH years and nUlet. who 
have not had a complete physical 
exam mthin ihc last \cjs or who 
do nol have easy access to 
medical care. 

W O.W. check-ups can lie 
iiM'il fur eniploymeni physicals 
i'lvuaners »h«i need a phssujl in 
enter high school or ^oUcfi- ar,- 
also eligible m u>e W o \^ 
services 

To Schedule, an apiKMnuneni. 
call the Cook County 
Dcpartmenl of Public Health al 
HfiS.fil?';. ,lusi askfor W.OW! 

ROACH 

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-i ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY 

* WELLSPRING OF SUCCESS 

Omnoni Campus: 430 S, Midiigmlmmie, Chicajo. "-J""* •"'.'*" 
AMrlt. RoUn Caiwii: 2121 S GoaMurt BoaH. Miaglon HeisliB. 11 60005 • U7-9200 



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..-.iig mothers V. 
-.-mor citi/en- 
.i-pital, handicapixil 
,■ >t uimed mothers - a 
|,,il nmir llun nieel'- :!' ' I's.'' 

In addition u< i. i:i:r:> M»iis 
and 111.' ' i>toh>.-r ^: Ki.l. i HI,' 
Hatpc: *ill host a Student 
Awarcvii -^ campaign '■' '^'"'y 
Januatv I'-r Icbruary, Roach 
coinirieiU'v 'S.^mh!' n-.-nple are 
imptjrlant : ■"■ "^'-'' 

iulure. Its i:- ...•-.-•A' 

(.11 .iiKlitniiia; iiiloirualion 
on the .jiiipaign please contact 
dirciti," "I iK'velopnieni, Ray 
Deveri !,<■ -, vi ?4>>o. Dean liitn 
,)oh^^.ln (u e\i -22\. or Mrs. 
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y^„r Jifrient Activities iiird 

Ettm S€>m«-Mer v*e a* audenl^ pa> a $15 

?hln II tr*dit hour*.). But «ht-rf dws all of th,s 
SoZojo? Think. Lut il...$;«».5«W i" -«""*•"• 
" iu rm. WCm! How tnm-h of that j-cK hiKk 
?« Ihe ^ludentV Not much; mc.nb becau.c- 
s?udenls don', reaii.. what the> sH for Hut 

""us lim* I.. diK «"• '•"" >^"«™ ?"' *"" 

worlh: iullural event*, frer IcRu •'«'"!;■,"* 
health service lintludiin; «rwc« ^"'"^ '' 
ph«i«ian,. inlercolleRiate and '"''•;""'':'"j';';' ( 
sludenl publicalion* (Ihar* us and Ihe point <-( 
et " - variel* of club, and •";K""'"'"":; 

discount movie '"''«■•••• '•'•'r^l \o:,rrn2 
enlertainmtnl liektls. stoorl-lerm loans, jna 
p.m,,lar conlemporar, entertainmenl projiran.s. 
■^ Vlv personal ravorit. (and I'm «ure m..s( of 
the slaff aarees) is Ihe free health struct K.rr> 
Vuesdav ni«h, while we are »-;";.'!. '^ J" ^ 
Harbinger I visit the health servKe "ff^^/J";; 
chat v*ith the nurses and a dme <.f 1>leiiol for 
my headache. But that's nol all 'hi> ;»"t'- 

The followinK services are offered free ot 
charge to Jiudenis: part-lime phvsician seruies. 
confidentiil heallh counsilmij. first md. 
medications (aspdn. throat lo.enues .ou.h 
medication. Alha-seltwr. cold capsules, eu . 

medkal parking permits. ''*•';''**';-';( nl 
brochures and ctinschne. a rest "7j^"f ;^^^"'- 
fnr Drei-nancv, montinucleosis, tubervu »sis, 
r.ua*^^ v'Tr.nsmilted diseases. Hemouloh.n 
derKienVies and Clucose. (Prelty incrrdibte: and 
Itjis is im\\ d partial lisl!i 

(Hher upcominK «*'"'\>r'.w ?7 .!mrm',^ 
card will set »ou in to include: ticl. 17 (>im m.i> 
ha?e alreadv" missed these-! > lecture hj f«rn.tT 
llarper t'olieRe student and Academv-award- 
winninB actress Marlee Mallin i "t hildren of. 
r'srer (;'.d") - tickets co*t 12 (S3 ^ilhoul thai 
Hilow card! and The ChicaRO Saxophone 
Ouiirtet - free admissinn. 

Oct. IH the infamous movie Phantom of ihe 
dpera" with piino accompaniment bv Hal I earl 
Jill be shown - only $2 with acl.vii.es card 
N«.¥. 4 heavy metal band Femmc falale will pla.v 
and vou can see them for a minimal d..nali»n ot 
$7 Nov. 10 Ian Wei-Tsu "Ih. \rt of the 
Chinese /.henn" (whatoer .ha. is' ■J'^'''J'\l 
admission and nnally Nov. 11. I-. l« ?."?.'; 
*Thc Servant of Two Maslers" hv t arln (.oldon. 
directed bvMarv Jo Willis, director ..f theater - 
Ihile Tickets lasi only $3 with student ac..vi..es 

"'ff vou doii'l use your s.iidcnl -k"^"",; "^^ 
iusl turn it in to the llarhmgir office and wi II 
find someone who needs it. 

Thanks. 
'IJouflas Ray 
Editor-in thief 




with our monnci 



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,,,, .p p.Mi.-nu campaign, 1. The 
*ns Limanuin ol hcxnt qualincd: lo 
iliai arou«- an^icly (or mosi 

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Republican %'tcc-presidenlial 
tanduiiK, « couW tx- com.l.ri«.-J 
ihal. ihf man tas shun iTiaMa:il- 
In olhet *ort1s.. »m.jlhi.-i p'lii'- -*r' 
would never try wnw"" 
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t.leai ami ("HH- ihal >" id' "<=»* 

ten days. Bash »iU become 
a'Upn'vpriaieH "t|ii*yV"i('ied 

lycmocrals. in a" elti"l i<> 
niamunn a (h>s.ii>c m.mienium. 
t,-( lis m« foriicl the immortal 

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hatk. a mafji ctmtrovi-Ry ccmcrcd ..-.n N. i. 

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receive ;i 20 '5- discouni 

'Cope chce'k out our new tall clothes 
.iiui iwr low pii^.-es 

tifei; tl):<l nearly no« ..l^-^ipncr ,cans. ^sweaters, 
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lh« foHcmmg semioars lo all 
inicKidcd aucknti 

"Til* jKpaneH llusinciit 

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111 Iv h.'l.l .tti Frktiv. Nnvemhcr 

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lhi'~ vcmmiir pmcois ihc 
funtUmtTiuK of the Jjipancse 
busmCTs I'tjiturc a:nt1 in.., luilt- ;i 
(te'lailcd nmly cil comratis (in tlw 
tale of giMrf'i Of icrvices in ihe 
fmtipi marltetplijce. Tlic coiifw 
u offcretl wkih ttw coupcmiofi of 
the l!,S Depiirinieni of 
CoramCTce. tl.S, and Fowign 
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Tuilion IS JMI plus i $11 
fee. 

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he prcscnlcd in Ihrec sc^moii-, 
hfgmning on Salurd.j>, 
\i>vcmK-f ** wiih iwo aildi'lMinal 
vl.isie» hcmg hfia Salurdiiy. 
[So«e«iher 12 mul Novcmhcr !•» 
from 9 i„m. w 12 noon in H- 
2.2 I.. 

The coarse emphaM/ii 
i«hni<|iiei lo make rcacling atsm. 
Practkal apptitaiont of reading 
prtnciplet wiil improve hoA 
»pcf<l Md comprrhcnsiiM at 
haiiiKifi and letfuri- rrading 
nurnaK 

TuHioti H Si 27 plu'\ a SIO 
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Thf (■omp«'(iii»e t-dfe in 
Sales'" I'l .1 iwii-ildv wminir cm 
Moiula). NovciU'lNcr 7 and 
Novcnilx'r 14, fujm 6:.:M1 p.m. m 
4 p.m. in F-,3!2. 

This scmmtr foeii.«'s on 
custom*! service toih as an 
aitirudc aiMl >.s an action anil 
esplam,* «h<- m'umrtance of ii 

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H.lOam, U) 4 p.m in C^tVl. 

rhi- tciiimjf t\ di-M lined l.i,i 
prc\i-iii Icadcrihip skiH.i s.ui:h as 
Jt-ve.loping cntln«ia.sm »'ithm the 
work gfttup and improvinj 
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tcquired cnui . ■'ming 

(-.ducaiiviii ',:.. nicni 

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fee, wluth includes marriaband 
limch 

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I.LM0()5-0«1. 

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advenising, »ill Ik cvamined 

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availaWc Ui i smali In 

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Liki- place Fvcryeme is inviwl 
amlh'jsimiers are wetcoriu- for 
inocc infomialion conuci Mike 
Neiman in Student ,(\ctiviiies 
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VSSO( lAIION 

Coat drne is (Kii'her < I In 

Novemher 1 Plans are (x-ifi.e 
niatfc tor AJvem :■■. :.r 

We want your •■ ■ ■ i-.; 

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Tht- Br. ... ,■» 

cluh at ti :■,■ . ,.: iiicei's 
monthly and all ^iinleiii-, .ni.' 
»cl'eo.mc. It ssili i-iLii.t,: 
addilKinat re- -t 

Phystct/Engmeei • u 

ami hackgrouml Ici n>i(i i'h>sns 
majiirc For more informal ion 
contact Mary Becker al VJ' 
.Mm. F.«t 2^:7 

MM Nt; ( OKPdHVIF 

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The Vniri).' Curporatc 
.-VJnen'is nieei ecers Monday ai 
12 p 111 in M 14 1 tvii ne>l 
nux-ling will he im (Molvt i! 
.New menibcn are nekome U 
yoM have any ij.iic.Kti.ons cnni.;k i 
F!dWailai.:cat W4.21W,. 



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The Fill f'hi (Tiapier's neyi 
meeting will he a Breakfast 
' ' ■ '"ii; on Thotsilas . 
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1. .(Icterij bay aria, i ■ . .. r 

*ill he Dt Clete 
«cill talk on I oniiii'i 
Rcsoliiiion." 

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KEPIBI 11 \\S 

The I'l'llege Kepnhlicans 
Cluh meeis every Weilne..s»lsiy al 
2 pm in I 114 The ne«l 

nu-eiing in Novemher 2. 
-Ansone interested tn piiliiics is 
welcome 111 i.iin fur more 
tn1iirm.iiion eimuel Rim I nvait 
at "Wl-UKU), |. M 2H4H 

.s(:ii-:n(k m ithn 

AM) FAN! \S> 
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T'he Science ' 
I .lrlu^y Cluh is a n. 
WednesiLiv ;il 2.''ii [■ a. i;i i 
'sii ,-\ii^ irilcre. It'll -.ii.i.leni., 
slinulJ attend the riett meeting 
i.iii Siiverriher 2 .. all are 

■*elLi ■■ I '•• rrnsre 

inl'ttnii. ■ Hull 

at :w" ... ,,, |,,,H 

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has mretin(:s tn u »Si..-i.liies.(1av 
al : Vy p m in 1. 1 14' 
\.ivcmt\.T 2 IS iht nesi 
iTieetin^.' lor mute inlirrmauon 
uvnuii Hi, h.utl Hallot at 'Kl- 
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The FoihI Service (.Tub has 
wr.'i . . r\ T'liesdas' 

m ■ .ir l(i'.'<ll 

.1.111 in ^.iii»> t-s;ii! meeim).'. 
il.ns .mil times are announced al 
Ihe prior meeting For more 
inlotni.it n>n contact Mr. H al 
^t>7.^lKn(. f:.M. 257H. 

RIIYTII.M & MOVES 

For more inlormatiun .il-ioui 
the Rhythm A Moves Oance 
Company contflci Cinvh l.neeK 
aC.W7.:W<K), but. 2242' 

B.A.S.I.( . 

TTiere are weekly ineeiirigs to 
ilr-i 111- vyh.it ChrisiLins 
K,'!iew; M. . (lilacs Irnm 10 . 
Ill is j„i and 11 11 4'i am. 
1 he Working Throiirti My 
Hang ups" jiroiip meets 
Twsday's Irom 1 2 p in and 
Wednesday iV--- " '" ' Vi 
p ni rtiev ..ir .ill 

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Ate ynu interested in 
advertising jiuir c!uh nr 
iirgaiu/aiion' Here is tlic 
nilomiation we need: 

Cluh Name: 

.■\c lis iij /Function: 

WlK-ie' 

Cimiai I 

Conirnenis: 

Send Ihe inmrm.ition in 
Su^;in Berne, CiKommi.: FUitor. 
at the Harhinger in A '(> 7 



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Dead line fur 

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ilif I'iflicf of Financial .iid 
Is N.n.;mh.r 22. 11HH. 



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PRIOR TO PI III H V 

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MARKET RESCARCH 

lot«rwiewers. gtam opp 

for those s»altJng a cateer 
in Markermg, Adv»rlisirig 
Of Communications Make 
money talking to people 

across the country about a 
variety of subjects. Learn 
more about procJucls. 

services, legal issues anel 
current events. No sales or 
e»p«rience needed Very 
Itei, hrs, PT ewesj' wkneis. 
or FT days, Startinj) rate up 
10 $5,25, Call 291-1709 
M'-f. 3-9p,m, or wknds 
12-5p,m 

PART-TIME 

16.90 an hour, N,ational 
chain has openings m all 
areas aliliated with 
marhettng. mgrtt,, trainees, 
service and o„rder work NO 
EXP NEC, Can work into 
tail time. Call 8B2- 
6013 

PART TIME 

eves. Educational Services. 
m •iperienc© necessary, 
le hr Call Steve ® 57e- 
"■■'■■■■ ':t3ys, Schaumburg, 

TRAVEL REPRE: 

On^cam'pus 

representative o,r 

orijanaation ncpdfMi i.-) 
promote ,Sp,(iri:q ;-■. n- *■ „ 
10 flori,a,a 01 T,- . , ■ 
money, hdf ■ ■■!.,• ■■ 
vaktabt)? ■*::-•» -■ 



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Thufs, eves.' Sat mofimas 
W S I, $S hr and Jp. 
Advanced iite'Saveis $4 
5. hr. Apply today Heritage 
Pmk, 222 S, Wolt Rd, 
Wheel>n,g r.v' " ",rit <gi 

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GOVERNMENT' J08S, 
S16,040-$,59,:'~- ,. 
Now Hiring, C,! 
68,7-6000 Em, h m. •::.,! 

lor curteni tederal list 

AHENTION STUDENTS 
N<iw company has 5 

opontngs tor P/T lielp, 
Ewellent pay tor those who 
quality. Scholarships tor 
thos» mho quality Call our 
olftce today tor appi, 259- 
8488. Ask tor Greg or Lri. 



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SPRING BREAK 

Tour Promoter Escort 

Energetic petson.CM.'f ), to 
take sigh'ups lor ou. 
FLOfltOA andVor SOUTH 
PADRE tours. We lurnisH 
all materials for a 
succtssful promotion. Good 
PAY and FUN. CaU CAMPUS 
MARKETING at 1-BOO- 
777-2270 

MODELS NEEDED 

Models needed lor fashion 
shows and pnnt wor'k 
$50.-100, hrly. We 
counsel beginners. Slate 
licensed talent agency 
Spencer Studios, Open noon 
to 5p m . closed Sunday 
815-45S-5595. 

FUNCALLS 

Enperienced or will tram, 
hrly. rate 4 commission S 
bonuses, $a.-iz, hr. 
average. Can Susan & 
520-1025. 

CRUISE SHIPS 

Now hiring m,en a,nd wct»,efl 

Su " '. ,-„,,.,.,-,. 

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JOBS IN AUSTRALIA 
lmm,ediate o,penings 
men and women, $1 1 
to $60'.00'0, Construe 

Manula! '"■ ■ 

work, ^ 



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",qs with SiPfClAl, 



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Park 



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Mus! be i" 
Apply i.n pt." 
5p,.m. or call 
422B. Some 
1190 E, Dundte 



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t»70 MONTE CARLO 

Runs great, new battery, 
brakes, am-tm stereo 
w'casette, $675 Call 
93,4-16aO 

1S82 OLDS 

Cutlass Supreme 

Brougham, 4 -dr. V-6, g,o,od 
condition. $3500, o"8,0 
call 981-0500 days. 
870-0051 ni,ghls 

1983 MERCURY LYNX 

AM,''FM ■■Cassette stereo 
1,6 liter. 4 cylinder auto,, 
ctotri seats, brown with 
brown int. Good condition 
$2100, Call 295-3057 
after 6o,m, 

JEEPS 

Can you buy Jeeps. Cars. 
4>«4's sei,zed in drua raids 
tor under $100 "' '" 
facts today, c: 
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GOVERNMENT HOMES 

from $1 lU tepaui 
Delinquent la* properly 
Repossessions Can (it 
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1053 for current repo. 
list, 

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L-rti uitat condiii'"" 
;>, Call Dan ©» 5:,- 
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•,i„iut-rtt properly 
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up oehvtry dva!ia,Die. 
coniac! Donna foi appi 
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work 
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etc. Call Sheila ® 307- 

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payment can be made by 
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computer search matches 
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afternoons, some evenings. 
Individual musi be 
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1989 NUDE COED 
CALENDER, 

Featuring color photos of 
Illinois COLLEGE WOMEN, 
Mall $9,95 to COED 
CALENDER. P.,0, box 434H. 
Dekalb. 11, 60115. 1990 
t^ODELS WANTED. EARN 
$300, 

AL-ANON 

Meetings will be held on 
campus at Harper College 
Slatting Tuesday. October 
25. For more info, about 
this support group, contact 
Health Services at ext. 
2626 

TO ALL STUOeNTS 

BEWARE '• 

"NOIDS" have been seen 
approaching campus 
boundaries it seen on any 

campus streets do not 
hesitattj to run them down, 
MB 

4L/SA 

H,appy Belated Birttiday < 
The Bungets 

WHO 

atf you '^ ! 

with long ..... ,-, 

wearing a long black coat 
and boots. Seen Oct, 17 m 
b'tdg. A, Please reply, 

DT 
TERRI J. 

Sorry about last wed I oot 
■•■e times screw; 

"ake it up 10 y- 

,;ive your $10, 

SLICK 

SHERRI S MOM 

Happy Birthday to the both 
ol you . God loves you. just 

ask mom . 

MB 

SCOTTRINESKI 

Well as you know it is 
already mid-term and you 
seem to be blowing oft a-lot 
ot classes, so i suggest thai 
you start going and getting 
down to the books. It not 
you wilt be oweing 
somebody a-lol of bucks 
CONCERNED CITIZEN 



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.ir.il Anrk ififir ikiss si'hoiluales 
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sponsors visit by Gainer 



Kdltnr In ChUr 

RcpubhcM cindtdMe for 

<'o(>k County Slate's Allomcy. 
Icrry Gainer cimpaigned in 

Harpct's A building lounge b<ii 
Wcdnc'sday >n a light u. tctome 

known. 

Giincr. according to ■ 
Tribune poU m June, wai kimm 
hy only one third ol the »owrs 
*hile [X-nHxrai Daley, running 
for his third term a\ Stile's 
Aliarney. has total mmt 
rcaifiiimjit. 

'TlK GuiMr 'i|ie;itii)ii/iiniwer 

'■'■""'' "*-'S'«iMj by iJk> tiiri^r 

■iWicmM Club, was 

■ .<:«ni,piirii»on, eonmsl 

■ 'I tAiicy arkj Courier. 

Filly penem of tlw nwciMki 
cases under Daley's 
*lminij»tniiiiiii me ttnivpea ki.irr 
itoey make it to court, and K9 
percciw o( all cnmmal cmm tliat 
make it lo court uc plea 



haigniiwl. iKcariiiiiit lo Gaiwr. 
His Goiii is lo nuii^ the mttu 
satm to walk «. 

In a pamphlet distributed 
after dw qucsutin/aniwcr scsmm. 
there ire thrw key |K>inLi: "Teiry 
t-'ain<'r,,.ncw ju^i a wjunc", *'',..,aii 
eaperienccd alttirney" and '...a 
nrnrd of puNic servke". 

Gainer's canimign on radio 
md tcJcvisjon, although it wai 
XII a c«ntnl iisue hue at Harpet, 
a bawd on the accusation dioi 
Date)' IS only a name. People 
will vote for hini because hi.s 
father was a Chicago Mavctr lor 

.""l y&U':v 

He has t-anicd his Vla.s:ier'» 
IX'gree in Puhlic Ailniin.MralJiiii 
aiHl IXxior ol Law Dcfiiee frorii 
D« Paul University." He has 
^■s peril- nee m courtroom 
(■•totcilufc. Addilicmally in the 
pasi he was chair -pt-rson of 
Chicago Bar Asuociation Voung 
UwycB W:ice-Ui*w Relai.ioiii 



Co«min« and Special Prrjjccn 

Director of Chicajjo "Bar 
Assoc iation Young Lawyers 
Section, 

Finally. Gainer is involved 
in the community as; a {niijci- 
officer, .illofiiey. 'adnunistraior 
hushand. father ol su children'. 
and Vietnam Veteran continuing 
his semcc in the United Stales 
^av.ll Resetvei m GlKsai lakes 

("laincr believei strongly m 
capiiol puni.»hmcni and liMking 
into building new jaib, "i hafipcr- 
lo favoi ttn" dtaUi penalty.' vin: 
("i.iiner. "We should be lalknv 
alwut buiidifiK '""re jails," he 
addul 

While Gainer is most 
-""iiHis to debate ttun Ahj\ 
li'i.'hif, tJaley continues to as-oul 
;i lace to face confrontation, 
GaifKr wants to know "while he 
i» running (or mayor, who is 
going to do hts pb (as stale's 
itiorney,!. This is a full time 
job!" 





In building A. Terry Gainer _ 

Cook County Smie'ii Attorney 



(PkHabyJolmSissoH) 
fc» Republican candidme for 



Chair lift will help 
handicapped 'take a swim' 

ter Soby raised at the swim-a-ihiin i.i iruwi , , i.r, _.. ,., . 



Mariec Matlin 



(Phetto try John Smm) 
on her tmtm. Sot lury on |a|e 7. 



Trii«t»«« "bona up": 
Information on the 
National Organization 
Association of 
Community Cotlege 
Trustees 

P«Oe 2 Page 3 



'111 I'tter Soby 
Mall Wrller 

Here's the jcengrio'; A guy in 
a whwlchiiir »s hanging out in A^ 

lounge trying to ptck up chicks, 
!l;'v haby, whai",5 your sign?" 

■ ^'hick losiki him up 'and 

■ ■■ --i'-' his gold medallion 

■■ the framework of 
:.i', aiHl rebukes. '"Cio 

'.ilii" wfiman- 

• •■!. till', f. nut a hfjvy 

■ iH,>n, For a wonun seeker m 
.1 wlieek-hair though, this comes 
at a blow becaute tl is :» hard f iv 
a hatitlicati|ied to' gel into Hanw's 

(KMl. 

All dial has changed thanks 
10 Kt-n Carroll, Trudy Herhsi. atkl 
ilw I'lii Theu Kappa thafHcr, 

>. '.irroll. a quadriplegic, 
'■'- ■ il and an '87 grutluate of 
tlarjxT, headed adrin- t.v jjct the 
funding lor the (h».I liti" Phi 
Theta Kappa provided lap 
counicrs. swimmers, and money 
pledges and collectors at the 
swtm-a^thon which raised the 
money. The Educaiional 
Foundation matched the funds 



raised at she switn-a-thon to mc«t 
the L.tsi of the lift. The cos|-> 
'i2>iMi. so raising that money 
was no small (ask 

"'"•'*■ lift, made by 
I'etliironics is safer and <|UKker 
llian the old way. 

Formerly, a pool o|K-raior. 
with the aidofa Iileiiuard *ould 
have to lift a pirvon lnvn iheir 
»h.ekh,in into the pool The 



new lift IS wunh all its money, 

because now a handicapped 
pt^rson tan get into the pool with 

minimal asstsiance. The lift is 
being shipped tlr week of Nov. 
14 

That vsonian. seeker in a 
wtieekiuir i',jn take a rejection 
like 'gii Like a swim" in stride, 
because now he can simply do 
so 




Femme FaiaUe and Amelhyji wai cance led due lo poor sates, only 32 

hckeii were sou al (he BoK 'Office. 



Slagecralt prcstntst: 

Three credit hour 
humanities class for 
students interested 
in theater production 



Aural Plt«tur«: More 
babbling on 
Ministry. Pet 
Shop Boys, and 
AlphavHIe 



Page 6 



MofB H«rp«r 

Seminars: Harper 
College offers 
seminars to all 
interested students, 



Page 8 



Hawks win tlis war 
35-29: Harper 

Hawks do it again. 
Details on last 
Saturday's victory 
against Tnton. 

Page 12 



Features 



Thf Hiirbin|;cr No^embir 3, I9IIII 



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Trustees "bone up" 



B| Mk-kclt Oair««*I| 
Ftiturti e<lllw 

Tlic (trottcst advanuife u 
lening m know iht trusttfs (rem 
»H ova the U.S. and pickinf Uie 
Itcains of those with new 
concepts," eipres$«d Barbara 
Banon. Vice Chairman of the 
Haiper College tbwd ol Trumeci. 

Tnnice Binon o( Palatine, 
Tiusice lobn Coiic of 
Shaiimburg and Presideni Paul 
Thompion rec«nlly attended an 
annual convention of the 
Naifonal Organiiaiion 
A»»(xution of Community 
College TniiiMj (A C.C.T.) ■ 

The convention, on October 
5-». was held m Louisville. 
Kentucky md dtrw [larticipanis 
from all over the Uniiol SMet. 

&»«nfi rir« ha-Mie huaemiid 
in the community college 
movonent when she sent her 
chiidicii it» two-yeai Khooli Imtli 



in Caiifomu ma llltnou 

When ihc fciired from sales 
managi-meni in Avon, eitra lime 
iianed building up. 

Since ihe was a <iinm$ 
advocate of iwo-year m.«ituic( 
ihe decided m pay b«:k jome of 
the food inch schools brought 
Iheri children" hy af»plyin|; for 
and winnuif a tnuiw'a teal llu«e 
years ago. 

TniJtecs are elecied for si« 
ytm terms in November gcnenl 
elections not prc)ideniw) 
election years, but off leacon 
eieclioiis. 

Barton preiently attends 
TmiMa's meclingi every two 
weeks, a board meeting aace a 
month m well at upfilementary 
ctaninitlee meetings 

Moreover Banon aitend* 
social functions in order to 
represcni Harper and spread Ihe 
wwd of Harper * progmm 



In regard to inmee functicio 

members «cl the policy for the 
»-ho«)l while idminLstrauirs carry 
the decisions out: for esample, 



"Someiimtfs a 
person who gets loo 
involved in hLVher own 
college doesn't gel the 
bi(t picture. You gel 
tunnel vision in just 
Harper." 

Barton stresses, the 
eiperience is for 
" Trustee development. 
(All the attenders have] 
common concerns 
which are addressed." 



administr!itor.ii brought 
hackiniund information for the 

board to decide upon campus 



con.sirucua<i moDiiiei. 

Barton, also reprenenliiivc lo 
Ihe Illimjis community Collejc 
Trustees Association 
(I.C C T A ), serves on the 
Federal md State Rclationi 
Committees. 

With such a backgitiund she 
ilecidc4 to accept the boards 
invitation to attend ttie A C.C.T 
convailion. 

Although trustees do not 
collect salaries, espenses 
pcnaining to Trustee obiigaliont 
are coveted by the colleges 
general fund 

While in Louisville. Banon 
attended presentations and 
speakers on public relations, 
minority affairs "how to" 
sessions on aiiracting students 
and staff, as well a.s a 20-table 
mini subject iclection on board 
rclationshtps. town meetings «id 
oommuniiy 




Other available academiei 
featured state legislation, 
communiiy college foundationa 
and alumni asaociatiani, trance 
orioiutiao. ocginizaiiaiul ikillt 
■nd courae accmittiioii 

Special seiiioas included 
discussion on alcohol and drug 
prevention programs, lealenhip 
styles and cnucal miervicwinf. 

Topics in various 

workshops included: the 
community college's role ia 
training for business and 
industry; institutional valnei 
projects; recruitment relemiaa; 
liflancing uinovative inslraciianal 
dcvekipncnL 

Still others concerned ihe 
community college role in 
technology transfer, building the 
hoard team, developing policies 
for eipiosive is-sues. models for 
budget planning and adjusimom 
to new adminisirations. 

Barton observes that 
panic ipaiion in such confetentes 
brings about a bromkr new in 
the iniiti* - a concern for his/her 



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"The greatest 
advaniaise is gettine to 
know Ihc trustees from 
nil uvcT the II. S. and 
pickiiij; the Brains of 
I hose with new 
concepts." 

own college baaed upon a iliveree 
htKkgmund. 

"Sometimes a person who 
gets too mvolved in hisAcr own 
college doesni get the big 
PKiurc You get tunnel vision in 
iiiM Hafpcr." 

Barton stresses, the 
eKpcricncf is for "Trustee 
development [All the atiendces 
have] common concerns wliich 
arcaikktsaxl." 

Banon al.to feels that the 
eiperience gained through the 
eonveminn will help her navigate 
the upcoming state funding 
debate and legislative semiiur. 

This aemiiiar will be held in 
February m Washingum DC, It 
will bt! a forum in which the 
community colleges of Illinoi.s 
will voice their concerns (pros 
and cons) on National kgisiation. 
In sum -Were asking for 
support Tbey need to know 
where we re coming from and 
why su that they can suppon us 
in the legislation process.' 
espUincd Bannn. 

(>nc of (lie issues in debate is 
the four year nursing decree 
instead of the two year prograin 
no* (rflcicd hy Ifapcr. 

Banon said "Wo support the 
iwo ycji Thl^ way the nurses 
vkiil i;ii iiiiMtf tiainifijj m-.tia«l (if 
iliv aA,liiniii.il ccrwral ciiucjuiori 
rciiuiifmcnu " 

I'his I:, jii cxaiTipIc of some 
111 Uk- i>.«jcs willed by Ihe hoard 
cv\-Tv iiiiiiuh TItcy concern you 
'■<■> why dtm'i you join ihe hoaixl 
m lU public meetings the se^imd 
Wednesday of each month 

Contact Student Trustee 
Ijiiira .lacobson ai X2244 or leave 
a mes.sage of your concerns at 
X2243. 



Features 



Tlie Harbtngtr November 3. 19)18 



page 3 



Stagecraft presents! 




The Harper Calk-gu inaLfiiui'm Offux' 

incites yau to the 

l'^88 Employment Fair 






iPlutiti By JiiAn Xi.o<.fl) 



HEALTH CORNER 



Bj Jaam 
Sttlf Wrlttr 

Looking Id |Kk up ■ couple 
of huMMitie* cteilitt? Inierasled 

JB lltmei? If ihe answer a *yes* 
dm An 270, Sancciif I. may be 
fijryou. 

SiBgecrafi ii not your 
wdinary clux. Il often "handx- 

on* iHMicifiilioii in aH aa|)ecLt of 
theater pnjiluciion. 

The clan covert aiything 
ffoni the building of plMformi. 
timn. (loorway* and oitia pnif * 
10 insiruction in the ati of 
purclia.iiii| ihealrical miierialt 
■iiith as cjrivas. lighimg. makc- 
:r>cs 

' IS the qitmrisentul 
'iifipltcdcktss." 

According lo ,\i«H.'iaic 
PrefMsor Mike Brown, »h») 
itciigntt itK <M.*li tat Harper playi. 
"It teaches all the skills and 
knciW'-lxw necenary » {Hit mi a 
ptoy." 

"Ftirthcnnoft, tf a ttudcni 
wants 10 he/the can do mlditional 
work on ttte Harper play which a 
put <m cac'h lemeaier.* 

T)ii» temeiler's pitiduciicm u 
nic SgYim ot Two Mattio by 
Guhkiai. 

Stagecraft It a three hour 
citdH chwi which it open to my 
aitd ail tUHlenti and conuniuilly 
tncmliftrt - there are »» 
pntMiuiiiM for die clait. 

'Alt 270 IS an excellent claw 
(m many piwfile. It is NOT only 
for ibeaier majoff or 
acussAc.tie.sset,' Biuret Brtwn. 

"It «s cwelleni for those who 
may be inicresied in display 
work, wimlnir tfieisint. m 
intcnor design.* 

*li alio is good (or the 
tM»iiie-«*ner oi homemaker 
because wc teach them how lo 
use all the power tiKils and 
taws." co'inmcnicd ProfesMW 
Brown. 

"The mini wcnf-tikifi Msfta 
i\ like iM aided hmus/" 

Eieyond iiil ilw many tenefte 
ihM students and ccrnimunity 
membcTs can deriw Inxn Art 
270. there is one reason in 
pariK'Siaf why hol'esaor Brown 
really leconimewh ihit clait. 

'■Out of th<! nicest atpcict* of 
the elan is 'die snmng camamlcne 
that develops between the 
itiMkratt. PcD|*> woit. Ki|e(hcr ait 
|Kiiip« mthei ition individuals." 

'Duiinij' the coiirK of ■ 
•rincxiet, studcriis xw'ilch groups 
several times so iliai by the 
ctincluHin of ilie cljut everyone 
kntms everyone el«,' cnfianeM 



Brown. 

Just to be fair though 
however enjoyable An 27C 
sound."! it. like otber classei, itill 
requires a book and does have 
auigned homework. 

For iJioae who are looking 



tm an inieteiting and differeai 

type of ctast, however, Art 170 
may be juiu the ihtng! 

For mure information about 
Ok Clara, call the Art Deparnnenl 
at W7 1(100 X2568 or stop by 
building C Room 2I4. 



NATIONAL DIABETES 
DETECTION WEEK 
November 13-19, 1988 




They are: bkxid relative of a 
diabetic, over 40. overweight, or 
a mother of a baby who weighed 
over nme pounds at birth. 

What are the lyaiploait 
of DiabetcsT 

Any one of these symptoms 
i'.m si^'iuil diabetes: fre^juent 
unii.uion, ahiiomial ihirvi: rapid 
Mi'ighi tosj/gain. eiiremc 
t^^'^■■■■ ''■•■w-(inc-is. general 
»ual disiurbancec 
■■»- . I ■ ^/■ilow healing 

11 yim are aw.irf nf any of 
ttiese symptoms, or Iji into any 
of the high risk calC(!oric«i. visit 
Ihc Health Service, A.Vi?. l<w free 
iliahfifs .\i-recning during 
Saiiiuuil Diabetes Detection 
Wiic'li. November IVIW or 
iinylime sympiomv become 
evtdeoL 



What is Diabetes? 

Dtabeies i<i a disease in 
which the body (kies not prijducc 
ijf properly use insulin, a 
hormooe thai is needed lo conven 

sugar, starches, and other food 
mto the energy needed Icir daiU 
life. 

It often lcart>. to ^..-n-iii'- 
.omplicatum'. mu h .i^. In'.iii 
disca.sc. kitlney d»sca.«. (ilin<lnc%> 
and nerve te'iage. 

Vi>r- th;ill 1 1 millKW jjectplc 

imed Stales have 

.;:,i'. :,■. '/.'aever more than half 

ot them Jon't even know that 

itiey have d,iabetes. 

Are you • pnlenlial 
Oiabflk? 

Anyone may become a 
diabetic but there are tarn tacu'ire 
which increaM nuk of developing 
diatae*. 



P>mt> fly Pamt Umbardi ) 



YOU'RE INVITED! 



OPEN HOUSE: 
ROOSEVELT 
UNIVERSITY 
SUNDAY, NOV. 13 
1-4 RM. 



Come !o an Open House at Roosevelt University on 
Sunday. November 13 and learn vi^hy Roosevelt may 
\x the place to earn your degree or acquire additional 
college credits. Our deans and department heads can 
lell you about Roosevelt's many academic programs and 
answer your questions. Counselors will be available to 
■ , ss' tinartcial aid. admission requirements and 
' ntanning. The November 13 Opcin House will be 
held at the same time at both P .am,puses. Ptese oil to let us know i! you 

plan to attend. Wre looking to^n^afO lo snowin,9 you wtiy Roosevelt is the university 
with the perlect learning environment, 

SI ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY 

• WELLSPRING OF SUCCESS 

Downtown Camptis: 430 S Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60605 • 341-3515 
Amerl A, Rodin Camiius: 2121 S. Goebbert Road. Arlington Heights. IL 60005 • 437-9200 



Photo Opinion 



November X l"*** 



What is your biggest complaint regarding 
accessibility to the campus in a wheelchair/ 




DiMitlai Ra; 
Edilor 

EvcT>'whCTc elic in Illinois lis 
ilat e«ixpl on *c nidcwiB' nmp* 
M Hwpef Otnini to ihr lop of 
Item is UiiiiK md going to the 
iKiitiim IS dangermii Alto ihc 
eleviuor Awrs dnae au«»roiCically 
af tcf a sllfla (telay oten cnnhing 
whatever is in Uw way, Tlicy 
idKMild fonain e^xn unli! ii (locic 
II Kkcttd from ina* *« 




fom ThompMB 

l)i«ablrd Sludrat Services 

Coordinator 

Tor iTiC. Ihc hardest thing was 
that 11 was very unng. Small 
inconveniences. I gol trapped. 
First Fltwr of "F". Propelling 
myself through Ihc door with my 
arms. 



Katliy Kerreira 
Secretary lo the I»r«»i<lt«l 
Jusl W gel intt) my desk. Woi« 
thin the phynical was the 

emotionil ll was very 
depressing. Ai Ihc day 

pTDgtCSKd It got W«)BC . 




Trudf Herbit 

Nludenl 

Physiially the elevator bulions 
ami paper uiwel holders arc vx 
high. Doors are very heavy. 
impuuible to tipen without help. 
It takes twite as long to get to 
cla»«es because it's neceswy to 
uke a ciauiious mute- not every 
doorway ha» a ramp or i!i near an 
clevauii. The coofincmeni was 
depmiainR. 




(Pkolo By Joht Smonf 



THE HARPER COLLEGE PLACEMENT OFFICE 

INVITES YOU TO THE 

1988^ 



EMPLOYMENT 
FAIR 



WEDNESDAY 
NOVEMBER 9, 19SS 

BUILDING A 
LOUNGE 

1 0:00 A.M. ' 
1 :00P.M. 



HERE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO MEET 
WITH REPRESENTITIVES FROM MORE 
THAN SIXTY MAJOR EMPLOYERS IN 
AND AROUND THE HARPER DISTRICT 
COME AND LEARN ABOUT THE WIDE 
VARIETY OF CAREER OPPORTUNITIES 
AVAILABLE IN OUR AREA. 



SOME OF THE ORGAN IZATlONSTwillC^ 

PARTICIPATE INCLUDE. 



ADP 

AT&T 

Baxter Health Care Corp. 

Citicorp Savings 

Commonwealth EikO'H 

The Dailj llermld 

Dean Witter 

Edward Hints Lumhar 

The Hamilton Hotel 

I n c w ■ V n f ^^ jv..iii<M-ii ■.■■■ 



Honeywell 

Household Financial Corp. 

Kemper Group 

Kraft, Inc. 

Marshall Fields 

Motorola 

Multigraphics 

Northern Trust Bank-O'Hare 

Northrop ___- - 



Northwest Community 
Nuclear Data 
Precision Scientific 
Prudential Insurance 
Uttttl Corporation 
Schanmbnrg Marriot 
The Signature Group 
VOP Inc./Allied Signal 
Walgreens 
WCI Financial Corp. 



Editorial 






N«*t«fctr 3. tfW 



p*|t 5 



We are only "semi-aware" here at Harper 



*Wh«i fcaff«Mtf I* f»mT CMMltMi timtt I »>i sihrii this 
^■t>lto« laM Tamisf m I ttr«||itd m aakt ii i« tinrnts in nt; 
wllttkliair. Mf katl Ml rMkcr ■■»» kat Mktr ikaa thai. I »as Tinr. 

I wai )« a vkttlchair kf ckokt. A |l>ll»a tot puaKhment? 
M:afkc. Mart tkaa tkal I wan carioai. I ka*t ofic* c)>inMi«nled in ihr 
Ihcl Ikal BMikllit; ar«ia4 Harper tmmfm Mcki aad I cvuldm't imuiiinr 
■tM«pllaff M !■ a wkwkkair. Sum I caa. 

TW TknapMB. Dlukletl Sladcal StrnUm roorillnattfr. ran« t« 
af offict in imtmm mt thai tktf mttt coatlvciiDi "Dtiabililf 
Awarnitia Oafa" oa caaitai. Ht abo mtBtioard ikat Mndcnts anii 
CaaaMr w««M k« la«'M:c4 M •a^riaact a •akilit} iapalraieni for • 
iaf ky t$mtlm§ Ikt catirt dai ia a wktdckair. I accrpltd ikat 
lavttsilaa. 

Wbta I caait law Ikt ofric* la tkt aroraiai aad iM lata m; chair 
Ikcve waa a waaa «r avvtllT l« tkt «h*lt Ihtat- »'<•»* Kay. Ikt 
fUtMr-tB>Ch:lr'r. aim parti<i.pal«tf. Afltr Ike wkttkkair ract dawn thr 
kail aa4 (ha pcrrtclkia <>r ik* wkcthti waa avtr tl «a> llimr m hrsd lo 
MaMlat C. Lima' iM I kaow l mm rtmtlf am my «■• ia the rfalllji 
'Of' aitol I kai anil II at ta la ikt aaat i»f tdaration and rurimiij. 

M'f aatfiliifi. Trail Mtrkil. alia «i>«at (ht day in a wktekhalr. It 
waa Ilk* ;|fii-l»ei la oar nm«». Sh« •■•«»#« ii up b«t •■bta tkt 
tfaalad tkt 'lllaalliia In htlac likt a cirrnf aniaial la a <a|r. <ikt 
ctptaiatd tkal, Ukt a clrcai aaimal. fwa kavt .laaw frttd^Ha and Iht 
r»ll ■■• «l j«a» kndj k«l |»« can't rtaUj v* whtrr t<iu wanl l<».. 
Titra art kara in lk« wny. W'kt« yna ■» uttitwhtrt job altract 
atlaatloai paaitit anllca aa4 hwh. 

Hy nnl claaa waa Biolotj Itrtnrt. A Wtnd at mint and I r»H«d 
m ciaia Mftlllar. llarnrtanaltli ht {nalda't |ft onl of h» »h<Frkhair 
at ^m. Voa hnnw. I ihnaflkl Maybt kt tony «hi>it mr Iht rct|ic». 
Cmm In Iktak of ii iwiagiai acroas caapa* «ta rwpr* or tint* may 
kavt k««B taaier than gtiiiafl arnnnd Harftr la a nhttlrhair^ 

Wt parltd aa kt wtal nlT in **!"* aad I wtnt to buildlnt '■ Tht 
inag. dowakill raap atoaf Ikt aitlt nf '€" lonhtd t»%y. I tk<iu|kl 
"grtat, ru 1*1 Ikart ranttr". 

4/l#r I aalaailtd myiMrir frnat Ikt catl-lraa (nardrail thai lints tkt 
iMi tf Ht nap. I foaad Ikal fravitf It aol ^ alwayf" a |Mid thia|. 
Ihaa karl I conlinacd dnwa tkt raaip. Ihi» limt 
In Bf wkttla and makiai larr both »crt ktld with 
•r praaaan aa to aul makr a sharp ri|kl and aiakc 
ytl aaalkat aaflaaaai atatlai with Mr. Gaardrail. I'vi nrvtr wanttd 
M ht la clan ktariai abonl DNA rrplicalioa tn bad la my tntirt lirt. 
AaMt frna ikt talaabit iafnraialioB tkal I htaratd aboni gtattics 
ikal ■nraiag. I alao Itaratd tamttklnt tlit in Itclnrr. Tktrt it 
aowktrc In ait. t poaitinatd ayitir at Ikt tad of oat of Ike rwwi 
(couMa't gtl kthiad Ikt tablta kaca^aaa the watt art allachtdl aad wtnt 
na with mj a»tr-takiag. 




■Ptoa ahtaif lakta na a whnit atw mtaaing from tht itat of a 
whttkhair. I t«ta boaghl soda iwn cans at a time to tkal I woaldn't 
ha«« t» t« two buildings <»ul of mj way to gel lo the pop machint 
thai vat direcllf bchm at. Lnkewara diet Pepsi, aaaaam! 

Yna are forced to plan out the easiest ways to gel somewhere. 
Kbal lo lake wllk yon. and will Iktre kt aajoat thtre lo open that 
moBstroas door! The point is, there shoutdnl ka*e to be someone 
Ikert. Our sckool is somelhiag like lopltB in Ike nalion for jonior 
college*? We rome kere lo Itarn. final tiams are bad eaougk bnl lo 
deal •ilk the lack of facilities and rooperatioa too? It is now easy for 
mr 10 see how a handicapped student would not even want lo bolktr 
Irf'ing. Too aack kaaslt. 

Harper was lo install tigkl lo tea auMaatic doora at key entrance 
ways to Ikt caapni Iki* year. So much for that. Because of "the 
cost", tht atw gaae plan now includes "leai-aulomatic" doors. 
Stmni lapreai»e don'l they? The doora nrt "seal- aulomalic becaase 
they d<» aol aoloaaticntlj opea when you coat up lo Ikem. Instead. 
Ihert will be a kullon lo pask Ikal will release all the air pressure so 
Ikal all yoa Itkc kandicapped sludeali art dealing wilh is the drad- 
wtigkl of Ike door I bel Ikal coaes as kappy news lo those who have 
little or ao upper-bod) slreaglh. 

The oalj purpose Ihesc doors will serve is as a thot-up 
mtchanita fOi adminiinralion lo use when eonfronled wilh re<iuesl<. 
For help froa Iht kandicapprd community. 

Funny, somtkow we scraped ap ilS,0»B lo kavt some new IV 
■onitort installtd all around caapas lo tell ua ikal Marlre Matlin is 
coming lo lecture. Herts an idta: KEAD THE PAPER. Somehow I ijel 
Ikt feeling Ikal wt ia Ike TV generation kavt oar priorities a Mule 
scrtwrd up ktre. 

How about Ike M0S.4IS wt approvtd far Ikt tnstallalion of a new 
coapulerited fceating svslea? Couldn't wt lake a Htllt of that and gel 
some doors? We could kave put il off for a year, la kind of getting 
aatd to esperiencing all four seaaoaa ia a day bctwtta tkt cbissrooas. 
Maykt wt could savt suae aoney bj eaployiag sludtats froa our 
heating/alr-coadiltoaing prograat lo work oa U iastead of outside 

contractors? ...... .. 

jshall I conllnae? I ikiak so. Maw nhoal Ike SJIS,(MH> in increased 
revenue* Ikal we will lake ia ftroa atsl ytar's plaaned tuition 
increase? I>o I sound like And) Rooney? 

Vou Ikinh ia pissed now? Just put at in a wketlcbair on campus 

At Itasi now wktn wt slaa Ike daor ia Ike face of handicapped 
coaiciottiatu wt caa pash a halloa aad only havt lo deal with the 
dead- weight of II. 

Robyn L. Davii 

Managing Editor 



Just can't get 

enough Bush 

in '88 



OtarEiSinr, 

With Ike eleclMa only • few 
days away I would like lo uy lo 
educate i)k voters a link man m 
(he i.»ucs. First of all, we need 
10 talk akout Ike is.«uet ot Uie 
qucalions of 'are we beoar oil 
now Ihan we eight yean ago 
under the Caiter/Mondale Team'?'" 
Let me pmmi out a few (acts 
UMht Ike kailMfhip of Presxleni 

_ 1 Visa Ptesident Busk 

I iiillalian «M drapped rrm ifl 
■n Una hj|h o( n.3<l> i» 4.tii.. 
Alio, lla iawie as, hwJcn fot » 
family of (out «iih a median 
was 104* under 
t and u now 8.S% 



r tM mday and we need to 
! building Amcftca by 
voting fiw Oaocgc Bush (or 



'Now let mc give you a tew 
reaaont why you should not vote 
for MkhiKl Dukakis First of all. 
The Duke u in favor ol cuiung 
out missile Defense Defense 
Program and putting our 
leliability on convemionai (onic* 
to piDirci America against other 
countries that have nuclear 
weapons He is also in lavor of 
outlawing the sale and potieiman 
of fire arms 

Ike Duke vetoed a bill that 
would mandiilc life sentences for 
drug pushers and is opfiosed U) 
the douh (penalty (even in caaet 
of drag pushers who liU cops) 
Mtow. I aiik you. when members 
of Ike Democratic Party don't 
agree with ike philosof>hie* of 
The Duke, how can ikcy back 
him for PiiMadaal? 




.2:i';»2 > 



the tiiuet in Ikis cainpaign Tkii 
letter is not intended t» sway 
youi vote, only to educate you. I 

because every vote counts this 

ywt. 



■onaMLowaB 



Harbinger 

William Rainey liairwr College 

1200 W Algonquin Road 

Falaoae. IL 60067 

397-3000 



Editors 



Ediua-ni-Chief. . 
Mnufiiv edtM 
Bunnau Minasn 
NtwiEdiax 
Fcanra Editor 
Enicnunniaii EJiujt 

Spnn* iA^Uw 
Phaut|r^>hy Edam 
Ediunil ( 
Advim.. 



Dmugln Biy 

..Rohyn Divis 

MsrtBilir 

Vtti frcehuft 

Michel* I >Mi»w»l" 

.■ti-iitt Neidl 

S-mmn Benw 

Byron RIanclwni 

k'Kn .SisMin 

S<i>u Ncidl 

JanOunifi 

..Jlichan) U Cropaw 
of batiks 



Staff 

Ut nrauMau, Alisa Diinlund. Chris 

Coniopalus, Msry Fmlun. Swvc HilU 

Tiudy IMm, Mbu !■•. Ian Umh. Bab 

Michdini Rickwl No»l. Sndy SsJvuofi. 
Win StMic, Patar Swtney. Tiri Viughn 

The HARBINGER u dw iiudeni puMictlicm fm the Hsrpra 
College csiinwi aimmumry. iiuhliihed weekly nccpl dunng 
l»lid*yi md rmii «iami All o|>ini.>ni eipreucd mt those of the 
wriw nd nul nweuarily those of Um coikgc, iu •dminuiiuioii. 
fscitlly or umtou body. Adveiuiing md copy desdhne » noon 
Thursday md c«|iy it tub|Kt lo sdiiing. All Icnos u ihe adiiot 
aaal he iigned. nanes widlhald on leqaaM. For hiflhet 
icdlW71000. e)ii.34«0orZ*«l. 



Entertainment 



November J, 19M 



|>agc ' 




Aural Pleasure 

New Releases From: 

Minisiry, Pet Shop Boys and Alphaville 





l>} law Ijmak 
.viafl Wf Mar 

Tlx ton iwK I *m WMitif 
in ilms cdluiiii' I iMciKd' ID {■mt 
toinmeiile.ll on) t fflamltef o( 
fBceittly rc.te«tcid ungha. Twiiy I 
have decNlcd to tuMJIc m aimil a 
few nKently itlemcd ■Itaiti. 

Mininlry 

TiK tMd of Rapt «i 
X'Kdrdiaf ffiiw 
/•e(/(»r»iaii(:e £*t« .lamer 



'Thn iMniim it leu* Vkt 1W6't 
"Twiii-h'. and. iikw like ili« rtcem 
llt«tiltii| Cnrlui ikutik live LP, 
'Toil Gotklamned Son. Of A, 
BiKh...' nut u (iroiMbly tlw U 
ilw (an ilui The Und of MMpt 
and Honey' w»* prodwcd by 
Hypo Luia and Hotmo Vm, wlw 
alw ptiMlitced the Cocks' 
magfiiiifi atgm. 

S« wli.y nwiMn't Alain 



iouif OUCH (tad imiicr) ttve 1I11.S 
indMirt*! |ri«.|e.mM»e ftx llie 
nMi lte*dij«| fcieii altimn.'' Ga 
•Ml hiy "Tlie land of Rii|»e and 
Honey' if yew iiki can'i gei 
coiMillt <rf Ilia* Wn Tri»-itylc 
SMK smdppet CD buyers aft 
in for a treat - rteft are iwo 
ciceUew t%m mck* on die CD 
ll just wiimdi like Mr .Jtnifgerwn 
iMi a cMM-irack mind, not t TV 



PM SlMip Bnj* 
InlrnapKltat 
Hrcprdmt l:niitl|MKM 
Ptrf0mmc* Sii»i:*ii.e 

Gf anted I mshed tbe l**l 
SlMiy ■•!>' 'teminci Dancini' 
sinftle. bui I rtJly l*.e iJiei:r new 
al'biiiii., 'Dt)«ino Dantmi" u. bad. 
bill. Uw albnin remix of 'Always 
C*n My Mind./Iii My Hi:>»m!' u 



'Hcwei«t,tlKotlNf'm:ksa«c (aniait thai wai 



greii. THe nlbuni remu of 1 
Wami .A Do|,' •liitb vm 
<»i((injlly II b'Side 10 i\x 'Keni' 
iingte. w c»«.t:lk'ti( I'ht- ilhim is 
i fulty digiial iccordmft.. im:l 11 
wmwb greai on CD. H inm liked 
l"***'* femii ! " "' - vou'M 

love 'IniiKHfMi.. I ' 

Alphaville 

Tbt Sini'leit Citlln-tina 
IttemikKf Sparklinit 
ferforwuiwr 'Iris F.ttropetm 



Alpha f Hit 'f dehul album. 
Tdfrver Young..' hiB never lieen 
cii)iiileil m lami ol fmce, style 
and potl-new waw cfcic Rckaad 
in IW*. II WIS a smtth m 
Euro|>c. but A.|'.phaville gained 
only a i'c» tiaiesMie tana. 

rhe LP venion ai *e liile 
trac*. Tofc*er Youni'. wa» am 
.umpired., maieaiic tang, with cool 
lynih tejtwei and a irumptt 
limply (leauiitui. 



The *piiit of ItK MWig Wits frrttvi 
tof (trB(lual.«jns wid pjm iN-nw^, 
.luid ti wasn't k»g hd'(« trm: Nut- 
ins .taw the Mint *■*''*>! "wd (« 
Cbcaven ftxWi) .|usi itwt! 

ThH remix LP coniains 7" 
and l>" rem.«*es of 'Forever 
Young...' 'Big In Japan.' Ked Roie 
and 'Dance Wiiti Mt ' 'The 
extended versions of 'Fofever 
YMwif ' ami 'Dig In iapan' are dw 
original 1981 rcmm;.s. Howevrr. 
the 12" vtrstons of the singles 
"Sijiindi Like A Mcfcidy' and The 
Jet Set' haw not h:en included on 
Uii> LP "Fciiwtr Youn.g' ha.» now 
been ie-ieieaf«d is a single on 
<«!*-»! > Top 40 playlias. 

I in grateful that Atlantic 
Records has proviilcd this 
domestic ^■lnly collection, bill why 
mina dKy le-relcase a <ong that a 
five years old for the sale ot 
Kwty-bopper (and you know wto 
you ate) audiences'' If you loved 
them way tack when, he prxnid to 



mM\ n II lu .HI'..' 



A\ fm nw k-fii* .bi>f>iXTs. fi\ I'ui 
and buy scmicUimig Out is rciilly 
tits Bendy like the new Minisiry 

allium. 

in Thf ■ News. . . 

Bniuh indie label 4 AD has 
released the Piiiri' dchm EP. 
Cnat On riltrta. and their 
debut LP, Surfer Bo«a, on one 
CD The new Dead (an 

Daner LP. The .Serpent's Kgf. 
hits been released. . The Cure's 
live film. The Cnre in Oanjte, 
has been released on video 
LawDist both here and in Japan 
^ I wonder which will be of 
higher quality. . . The new Hmae 
or Love single should he 
released soon. . . After two 
cxcelkni singtei. a Peel Session 
and a mim-LP. The Very Thinti 
part ways. . . 

Well folks, that's all lor now. 
Hope m babble on agiun soon. 



RECORD 
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BRCK TO SCHOOL FOR EH-HflRPERITE MHRLEE MRTLIN 



sun Wrtltr 

"TIM. fiKmcni WHS witd. It 
i«eiiietl » iimreat lo mt, Uie 
fhnwr. *e phoiogriplien. the 

repuritn, (he TV ctmcriis. I 
«i:ipe«l CNti of. my limoiiune Md 
1 ctrntdn"! even »»!k, I had tt> 
hold m 10 my da«.. I jusi •imtfJ 
. woft.. not win ■wvds. I hitw 
mptmum " wc« Madtt 
■.ijilim's (ri:lin|i when jHted 
iitHJiil her e*(X'i.em"C't gi llie 
Acaileiiiy' Awards durmg her 
kciiire on "niursiiiy, Ocittet n 
m Buiktitif M 

Tile tuni(wt (or the ft em 
WW .JO imicti bi'iBir ihin (mjuvmsI 
ijiw ihay iMd lit move the tanure 



ask hcf qucstioiii. 

At ifc M«en. while m i 
tummer camp for ihe de»l. 
Mvtlin WIS Hiked to net in the 
MBip'K show. She didn'i know 
whul atting, wis. hii she decided 
ii;i ir>' il. "I (ell m lo*'e wiUt Ihe 
itenue.'aid hijtiin. 

At am lime, Ae didn'i think 
■( wiiuld List, hut she likrd il 
She anked her mother "! tike 
iKUng. whjil do we do"'" Shtmly 
ifccicilltr. her moihei" enrol led 
hMiii in ■ itteMre pio|niii a dtt; 
Onier (or Deafnem. 

While workni Acre, ilie 
IciriMd ■ invding liniiit iiouik 
with some friemdii. and woited 
with (MUh groups through«ut 




from J 143 to hi Bwldiiig. ine 
awicKC ••■ eoMpcHied of Ixxlt 
heaital' and deaf persons with 
tmopraers tsmwlcd fa Indi 

Mattin tpoke in sign 
lanfuage, while her penonal 
>nuir|lf«lcr and manager, lack 
Jaca^Kim. tianitaicd to the 
hearing audience. She spoke 
atioiil her current career and her 
rue lo I'Mne. After her leciim:. the 
■tidknce wu given a chance lo 



Cffcuo By A*! SuKw) 
gnmniar Khuat and high school. 
Mallin never took any formal 

■Cling ciaties, b«i wed Iter 

HMiKts and gut reactnins. 

ADet htgh «-h<:»i:>l, she diiWl 
diinfc atom acting ai. a career. 
IniiMd. ilw HMtal Crimtiai law 
at Huper in IW?, "I tta't know 
why. i gucw I waniet) to b«; a cop 
for deaf criminai*." Matlin told 
the awlience.. 

Her hesi (riend ilien called 



with ncwi of in audititon (or the 
stage play t'hjldrra of a 

ieiter God in downtown 
Chicago. After i good deal of 

coaiing from her family and 

friends, Miiliti dfcidcd in 
audition She vnis cast m Lydij 
Ihe .waad lead. 

During one ol the 
performances of the play, NUilin 
heard that there was :> taJoit xtm 
III (Ik audience liMAing for aL'loCf 
(or Ihe HU1V1.C version of 
( hildren of a i cisrr (jod. 
Alter 'dial, itow, the scout ai4.ed 
her i.f she wai interested in 
audiucmtng (or the tiKivie The 
emire catt of the pity was lilnied 
thrncti day 

.About a week later, she 
rtxeived a plionc call from 
PmmwiiiW Pictures asking hci to 
come tiui.:k and read for the kad in 
the movie Despite her 
nervo.u!tness. Mailin says she 
wtM Ki the caU'hack and "Relaxed 
Ml performed fram my gum.* 

Four days later they called 
■gun. this lime a.sking her to fit 
to New York to me«t William 
Hurt., the mak lead in the movie. 

After Jhoul a week more. 
PBranwunl called her again and 
asked her u> lly to tos .Angeles. 
While there, she studied with a 
dnima coach fw 9- W hours a day, 
AfKr a w'eek of this, she had her 
X(«cn test. M.a.tltn didn'i hear 
(tam them for am:ilhcr week, hut 
had heard that Paramount had 
narrowed lhe»r cho«:es (town to 
hrfV!.lf and. one other aL;lre.t». 

.She WW ahotit to give up 
the Mlea. when her agent catM 
and aikcid if ilie would he wilting 
to do a nude iceiie. She was 
hesitant at first, but then 
considertnl that when she was on 
'■cnvn. she was jusi an ■."IK-Sf., so 
she agreed lo it. Her agent called 
back ■ minute later to tell her 
diat: she goi. the' pan. 





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Matlin admits diat she didn't 
know much about movie mating 
ai that point. She imk things 
step by step, wmehcd the other 

cast and crew members, and 
talked with them attoui what wa» 
happening 

Her «x:o«d iwjvie was filnml 
in Nicaragua, Il wa* called 
Walker. Her ntlc wai in the 
movie (or ■ IMtl of nine 
minutes. She considers (he film a 
mistake because of the (loor 
script, but not tiet:auie of the 
small pan, 'It diiwn'l mailer how 
much you're on icnien, a rok- u a 
role.* Mailm said as she sptikr 
■bout die disappointmeiit of this 
film. 

After returning from 
Nicara.gua, she moved to a larger 
agency called ICM, While in the 
olficc of the agency, a m.an 
approached her abtwt doing a 
television movie, shot in 
'Toronto The movie ii called 
Bridge lo Sjicner and Matlin 
will play the lead role in the 
movie. 

The movie is the story of a 
miHher. played by Mallin When 
her husband diei, her (iKMherin- 
la* subjects her to » custody 
battle for her young ilaughu-r on 
the basis the Mallin cjui t care tor 
her because she is deaf. The film 
will be on CBS sometime wiihm 
die next year 



|l*fe>li> Sy John Simou) 

When asked about her 
feelings on recieving the 
Acadt:my award for Best Aclfess 
(or her performance in ChihlreB 
of • Letter God, Matlin's 
response was, 'It's .|usl a thing, 
It's a great honor, yes. but it 
diKsn't mean I can get more 
work. It doesn't mean anydiing,' 

Matim IS also very concerned 
wlih various pnijectit for the deaf, 
erne of wh.ich is the closed- 
taplMwing of classic movies. 

Matlin would like all classic 
films closed -capttcmed. and has 
wcirktx) with MovK-tnnc and other 
table .sutions to uy ui get diem 
to do 10. She eiKourages people 
to write to Itie cable companies 
to show support on this project. 

Mad in was asked why she 
spoke irisk'*! «-'f signing ai the 
Academy .-^wjrcls her n::spoil« 
was "Because 1 waited Kt. I am a 
person who happens to be deaf 
and I am proud of thai. I can both 
s|ieak and sign and I wanted die 
world to know that' 

" There are many, many deaf 
actors in Uk world, but no one 
recogniies their work", wtf 
Mailin's response to a question 
about other deaf at tort 

Matlin believes that she 

hasnt really changed since she 

has become well known, except 

Im stanuig to believe dial 1 can 

do what I uani I believe in me." 



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PHYSICS CLUB 

Tlkr Phyiiea Club »iU |i> tn 

t t'tcU thf> lo Fermi Ljife tm 

fttOaf. NiwemlK-r 1 1 , Tlie 

HftmiMiciiial iMtting will be 

p.m. in. 0-14*1." Amyo'iK 
iiiio«i»ed m piiDi m F««iin Ij* 
iMi amnm imwl the mceiing 
thMkl conuci Miry Hccker il 
E».l. I"*:'' 

vex M. t OKPOBAII: 

AC'IIIEVKIIS 
The Youiif CiirporMc 
AchntHW men fttty W:>fMbi> oi 
12 p.m.. in t-)I4. Ttitir m-»i 
m«:iwg K'lli te on Ntwinntai 
Nc* mfinheri aiie wMkumc. 
U yoa l»«ve tny iiMiiiionf 
ftwiiaci E.d Wal,liBe « :»4..a'if* 

PHI THETA KAPPA 
Tie Phi till Chupter'* mxi 
nttiiiid »tll be a Brenktei 
Meeting on ThursJiv, 
NtW'eiiil»cr 3 m 7: Ml a.m. in ttur 
cafcieriM bm urai.. Gueiii ifK3i..a 

WjII K: r>f (""''.-."ii. fiintiiin who 
*ill i.jH ..(1 (."onfltcl 
Rcsoluticiii ' 



SCIENCE FICTION 
AND FANTASY 

CLtB 
Tlie Scienti: Ficlion iiui 
Ftoimy Oub IS ■ mecMif every 
We<tne.sday u 2:10 |i...m.. in F- 
350 Any interested sudcntji 
ikMiW attend the km meeting 
on Novernbci 9 ■■ ■II »ie 
welcome. For more 

infommioii contaiti Dr E Hull 
M Ell. 2321 Of B«* Mopfner it 

im-mu. 



FOOD SI K\r(> 
CLl B 

'The. hxnl Ser*K::e Cluli tan 
■weekly m«cting:t ewery Tn«:alay 
iM' WediWiiday u 10 m lOlO 
a.m. Ill A-«Ki, EiKt m.eeitng 
dliyf Mtl timts art snniufKnt at 
the iirior meeiMf. For more 
tahwniaiii'in cmmct %tf B m 
i::«l. JITS,, 

RIIVrilM A. \UHIS 

Tur (i'K>i'.c i..»iurni.aii>n ii.I'hhiI 
thr RllyJtim Jk M'Hu-s Djncc 
Ctmipiifiv conut't C'ltuh rnp-k 
at F«i ??i? 

B. \ s I ( 

'A'tiat t,'hti»ii.i.ns 
vtofi'dayt Crutn 10 

I'" 4 - ., ;:, ,,nd II .. I I -45 11,111, 

The \k..r»>iii^ Througlt My 
Haiij: up'i group itiett* 
fiic^ay* friiim I . 2(im ■»! 

*yaiif-.aji iVi.m .^ lo . J:Ki 
P"' ■ to all 

stutter; . .inaiiaii 

luntaii f'4uU l..a.U)i ill E.(.t. 
.2:241. 

< Oil e<;e 

REPl BI.K ANS 

The totlegt" Rfpuhlicans 
C'luh mccn tvtry Wcdne«by m 
2 p.m. in I-II4, The neit 
meeting ti Nc* ember 9 
Anyone tnierested u> ptililics w 
wcic<>m.e ti.» join. For more 
inftwiitjilion contact Ron Lovitl 
ai En. 2MS, 



POLITICAL SCIENCE 
CLLB 
Tlie Prtiucal Seicnce Club 

hw mectinis every WedneiMliiy 
at 2:.30 p.m. in M14. 
November 9 n ihr ncil 
meeting. For mtut infoniuunn 
conmcl Richard Dailo4 ai 3f)t 
Wll. 



Are you iniercsicd in 
advenmng your club or 
organization'' Here is the 
mfoifiuition we tieed: 

Cluh Naine: 

.Acuvtly/Funt'ljon; 

When:: 

Cranmci: 
ComiiHrms: 

Send the information lo 
Suxm Beme. UiKoming Filitor, 
atiht? Haibingenn A. 167, 



CLUB AND ORGANIZATIONS 
ROUNOTABLi: MEETING 



Aucntiou all Cluhi and 

Organi«ationji! The next 
Roundtabic me«in,g will hi- im 
Fritljiy, November 4, at 1 pm in 
.A -242. Representatives (n:iin all 
Clubs and Organi/aiioni are 
melcome to attend to iliieiDit 



BAKE SALE 

The Nunini Cluli of '19 it 
sponMiring a Bake Sale m 
Monilty. November 7 anil 
Tuendiiy. November «. tmm 10 
am. until 2 p m. on the Second 
floorof ABuildmf. 



conccrm or uleait. 

For more information 

i>>i)i.,kt t,ju,ra Jacobion ai E«t. 
21-u i>r Michael fifejnan at Eti 
2242 in ihc Student ,Acuvii„ic« 
OITice. 

ENTERTAINMENT 
BOOKS ON SALE 

Harpers Prc-ichool Parent 
Organtiation it selling 1989 
EnieruiiiwieM Booki for 135 

Anyone inierctted in 
purchassing Ememinment BcKjki 
can contact the Child Learning 

Ctnier al Em. 22*2. 



PREPARE TO REGISTER 
FOR SPRING NOW! 



RcgmiaiKM t 

tomnif *«»n. Foi .ivM«.i.irH.'r 

Willi ynir cilucalional planning 
.tee cottiwelori m Student 
Devekipnicini. now 

Counielon aie iwatlnHc in 1 
1 1 "' .md E). 142 fmm 9 a.m. until 
1 '" r m Monday ihfough 
)■ 

' ■■ til II al»o be 
»viiii:K»ie 1,1) 1. 1 1 1 fn;im 4' ,10 p m 
unttl 8 p.m. Monday itirouslt 
Wotaaday. 

tiaylime iiiiAniit will 



' print »m«siet hy 
.iin""n""c"i Appoi«m.ent c«rd» 
are available to students wishing 
l<,> rcjtHier early in A-2I1. 

("rimputci terminals will he 
nptTi Nnvcmbet 14- IN and 
Novcmhf I 2 1 and 22 ftJirni 9 a m 
until 12 iHM»n and I p.m. unit I ■> 
p.m. 

RegiMtaiiojj for evening 
-.ttMlenis will be November 14, 
1 '^ and 21 from fi j»,m until 8;.30 
p.in, No registration card* are 
tHMOiry. 



Scholarship 
Deadlines 



>\pplu"jiions for 111.. 
Nursing Kehnlarship 

I'ndowmenI I'und :v' .fti<- 
!■ 'I'il.iv, NiOvero.h»'i ! ' 

i uesilay. Sv. 
l'«!!i, IS. tlie dentline i.>f tuimni; 



. ; , .-.niim\ li>r the t.om 
Ituchcnol Sclinlarsliip. 

.\ppli.:a.lir>n«. for (lie N«'tlr 
ind .li-ssf tiiiriiv 

sil'iiilarsh.ip iic »1ii.l- lijCMlaj. 
\t,>vfmber 22. I<W8. 



AL-ANON MEETINGS 
COME TO HARPER 



.Ai. 
sonietiiM. 
need uipiKat 
your supp 
mseting,! arc now iku at it.u'ivr 



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Harper College is oflering 

the following seminars to all 
iniereaed uttalema. 

The Coa.rM Nuin'licr ii 
[.MMOSO-OOl. 

" Reading Fanler and 
Rrnrmbering Mart** will 
he. presented in three ses.^ons 
beginning tin Saturday. 
November 5 with two additional 
claJtes being held Saturday. 
Novcmhcr 12 and November 19 
from 9am to 12 noon in H- 
221. 

The course emphasizes 
tBt:hai4uc.s k:i nuke reading easier. 
Practical applications of reading 
principles will improve both 
speed and comprehension of 
business and leisure reading 
materuils. 

Tuition IS $127 plus a $10 
fix. 

Tfce («iurs« Number ii 
LLM094-001 

"(uslomrr Strviee: 
The Compelilhr Ed|c In 
Sales" IS a two day seminar on 
Monday, November 7 and 
Novrmlx-r la. fnmi fiW p.m. U} 
'■' pm m F-112 

This seminar focuses on 
tustomei service both as an 
attitude and as an action and 
explains the imp<irtancc of a 

service oriented approach at a 
ctfective sales ttxil. 

Tuition IS S37 plus a $17 
feic. 

The Cfturtc Nanbrr ii 
i.MM04S-00t. 

' Developing Leadert lii|i 
Skills" will be held on 



Tuesday. November IS, from 
MO a.m. to 4 pm mC-UB. 

The seminar i.i designed to 
present leadership skills such a.s 
dcvelopinj! i:ndiusia.sm within the 
work group and improving 
ofgani/alKMi effectiveness. It is a 
required course for Continuing 
F:ducation Management 
Certificauon. 

Tuition is S9S plus a $22 
fee. which includes maii!:n)ik and 
lunc:h. 

The Course Number ii 
LLMOOS-OOI. 

"Managing Vonr Ovrn 
Business" i\ a thfcc-session 
course which will begin Friday. 
November IK. with two 
addiuonai clauses being held on 
Friday. December 2 and 
DcccmhtT >> in C 103. 

This seminar is designed lo 
aid in developing a business 
strategy for persons who have 
owned a small husuic'.s for one 
or more years bich area of .small 
husiness ownership, such as 
sales, bookkeeping and 
adveriismg, mil he csamined 
with emphasis on the tasks tit> be 
performed Consideration will be 
given to the limited res«>iirccs 
available u> a small husineis. 

TuitKin IS $.^7. plus a $7 
fee. 

The cnurac number is 
IXXOTtOOl. 

To regiMer for any of these 
seminars call 397-3000. Ext. 
2410 Please give the correct 
Course Ntimba lo $tmm coma 
regiMMiM. 



COMING 
SOON 

Fall 19S8 
Orferings 

3 Career Inieiesi Testing 
Pan I 

9 11 am. AM7 

4 Club and Organuaiinnt 
Roundiablc 

I pm . A242b 

7 Early Rcgistralitwi - 
Sprmg Semester foe 
Coniimiing Students- 
Contai t Registrars Offke 

■ Listening Skills 

1 1:30 a.m, - 1 p.m.. A347 

Interviewing 
6 7pm..AM7 

9 l.epalTcchnok>gy 

t )rrniatM»i and BiUnintc 

Enam 

9 a.ni. . 6 p.m 

1 11 Carocr lnien.-si Testing 

Part 1 

9 - II a.m., AJ47 

free MitiiCimicn- 

fan Wii Isu and the An trf 

Chinese Zheng 
1.2: 1.S p.m., P20S 

Student Senate Meeting 

Mt'p.m,. A.241a 

II TTicsuif 

"The Servant iif Two 
Masiers 

Hp.ra.. /143 

S3 & S5 

1 1 I Jist Day for Withdrawuls 

"Thcatre- 

"Thc Servant tif Two 

Masters" 
» p.m.. J 143 
S3 & SS 

13 Thcatic- 

Ttie Servant oC Two 

Ma.su;rs" 

2:30p.m..J143 

$3&S5 

14 Magician Bob Gamer 

12 noon. BIdg. A l^otntge 
™eE! 

14-17 -WorW Hunger 
Awarcneai Weefc 

15 Career InicrEsi Totting 
Pan 2 

ft-tip.m, A347 

It Btaod Drive 

8:.30 a.m. - 3 p.m. 

A242 

Scir-Estccm: What Is lt> 
How Does One Get If 
9- I lam.. 1117 

17 CLEPEnams 
8.30 am.. A148 

IS GEDExam 
Pan I 
6 p.m.. E106 

Thcanc- 

TheSeAaniofTwo 
Mastcre" 
«p.m..J143 
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PRIOR TO IM Bl.ll A- 
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On campus travel 
repftsentaiiv© or 
ofganiiation needed to 
promote Spring Bieak Trip 
to Fteridi or Te«as Earn 
money. tr»« trips, and 
valuable work eiperience 
Call Inter campus 
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lor current letJ«ral list. 



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Starlirtg pay $S. and up. Alt 
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SPR:INQBR'EAK 

Tour Promoter Escort 

EnergeWc person. (M.'F'l. to 
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FLORIDA and/oi SOUTH 
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individual to assume lull- 
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Engineering depi 
Responsibilities will 
include drafting ot machine 
components and electrical 
schematics as welt as some 
machine mechanism design. 
Applicants must be able to 
use a CAD system, have a 
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be able lo prepare drawings 
(rom machined or 
assembled parts. 
This position offers 
technical students an 
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and will fully utilize 
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Excellent starting salary 
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Apply immediately by 
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Seaquist. a mapr supplier 

ol injection molded closure 
caps, has an mieresting 
opening lor an individual 
wilh 3 or more years 

experience in the set-up 
and operation of injection 
molding equipment 

You will work, in our R&D 
Engineering dept, 
performing prolo type 

molding of newty designed 
components and perform 
quality and inspection 
evaluations 

If you are interested m 
working in a creative 
engineering environ-rnent 
ottering a good starting 
salary, benefits, and 100%, 
t uition reimbursement 
APPLY BY SENDING 
RESUME. VISITING. OR 
CALLING 3t2 639 
2124 exi. 212 
SEAQUIST VALVE 
1 160 N. Silver L,ah,e Rd 
Gary. II. 60013 

MAIMTANANC,E 

•' q,T TI-ME 

•■• Paily Herald needs a 
':!'tiwatnd Hiiwgeltc 
,,ai to assist wUh 
^.Hiatal main-tan'afKB- 
:n out var'to-us 
Fi«i scheduia. w*# ii|«. 
approx, 4 h,ours per day 
For m-O-re 
-pi-aase can 

Resour-ce Depi, & ,B,i"C' 
3722, 



HELP 

YjAtyrED 

PART-TIME 

Counter sates position now 

open, flexible his, good 

pay. Call Theresa @ 453- 
4500 



EDITORIAL ASSISTANT 
PART TIME 

The Daily Herald has an 
immed opening for 
someone with slrong 
clerical skills and sports 
expertise The ideal 
candidate types 45wpm. 
has excellent spelling and 
grammar skills and CRT 
experience, Musi be able to 
work 3-4 eves, per week 
including weekends. 
Previous sporls writing 
experience a plus If 
interested please call 
Human Resources ® 870- 
3722 

PASTE- UP 

PART-TIME 

Several openings now eiist 

In our graphics dept for 

individuals lo assist with 
ihe assembly ol editorial 
copy. Must be available 
8:30p.m. -12:30p.m. 
Previous keyline paste up 
a plus If interested please 
call the Daily Herald ® 
870-3722. 

ATTENDANT 

Valet parking / coal room 
attendant work at suburbs 
most prestigious 

restaurants and nightclubs, 
must have valid drivers 
license VALET CHICAGO ® 

228 1315. 

STOCK /SALES 

PART-TIME 

For Barrington clothing 

siore. Energelic. tiexible 
schedule. Some weekends 
rqd, 391-1282. Phillips 
Men's Wear 

BUYING, CLERK 
Possible fi,«. hrs, assisting 
buyer Data entry. 
preparing purchase orders. 
phone orders, up keep of 
slock room, clerical work. 
Apply in person or call 
358-5510 Eit. 122. Little 
City Personnel 

N«WEH 

We need a helper to move 
th-« fight lurniiure in our 
home. We have pro to move 
appliances. 894-4773. Sat 
the 5th. Ba.m, -? WILL 
PAY ,t,50. 

INVENTORY 

PAN ■ 

R , -L,:. I n V ti n 1 1,.-' 

-■^•ciattits. af»«f tw 

!•«»-■ '!wt. jmr 

m«nfh. early im/pm and 

wknds awitlibte. 

"' - ' -T and phono 

:'in hour, call 
„;:r,-, M f- y! ,351-8780. 
E/O Employment 



HELP 

MODELS NEEDED 
Models needed tor fashion 
shows and print work. 
S50--100. hrly. We 
counsel beginners. State 
licensed talent agency 
Spencer Studios Open noon 
10 Sp m., closed Sunday 
815 455 5595- 

SEAMSTRESS 

Alteration, work room. 

Mason Sewing Service. 

Palatine 359 4696 



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CHILD CARE 

Loving chikJ care providers 

needed to live in with 
Naperville. Illinois area 
families, Exc. salary. 
benelits, travel. Call 
collect Naperville Nannies. 
INC. @ 357-0808, 

BABYSITTING 

in my home, mon thurs. 

afternoons, some evenings. 
Individual must be 
experienced and very 
tiexible 991-1564 

BABY-SITTER 

For 2 1'2 year old Two 

afternoons per week, plus 

occasional 3rd day. 

Barrington area, own 

transportation. Call 381 

S611. 

MONEY FOR COLLEGE 
computer search matches 
your qualilications to 
linancial aid sources, for 
inlormalion wrile lo 
Higher Education Guidance 
Services. P O. Box 5305. 
Palaline. II. 60078. 

TYPING ETCETERA 
Term-papers, 
dissertaitons. 

compositions, applications, 
resumes and cover letters 
located in the northwest 
suburbs, we offer pick up 
and delivery to our 
neighboring clients; a post 
office box is available tor 
your mailing convenience 
S2. /typed page and 
payment can be made by 
money order or cash, 537- 
8 479 or fi,3<i-'ii39, eveS- 

PROFF. ACADEMIC; TYPIST 

Thesis, Resume 

Development, reports, etc 
Hourly rate inclucf'S 
spelling acct.:- 
Durtctuawon and ec!'- 
■•sled, N,W a-re,' 
wj.: . delivery iv.i, . 

.,«MitMt Oon-na to appt 
438-4971 

LONELY*' NEED A DATE' 
Write Daieiime. 6i7 North 
State Street. Suite 103. 
Chicago, Illinois 60610. 



PROFESSIONAL TYPING 
done by a small 
Streamwood home business 
Prompt. accurate 
servlce(lncludes proofing 
lor spelling, punctuation, 
grammar & sentence 
structure, upon request) @ 
special rates. Excellent 
reputation. Call Sandy ® 
2130683. 

TYPING SERVICE. 
Typing done out of my 
home. Fast, accurate 
typing. Term papers, 
reports, etc Pick-up and 
delivery available. Call 
LaVonne @ 860-0241 or 
leave a message. 

LEGAL SERVICE. 
FREE CONSULTATION 
tor all your legal needs: 
Includes DUl, personal 
injury, divorce, real 
estate Phone 517-2600. 
Eves, and weekend appts 
available. Law Ollices of 
Becker & Becker, 600 N. 
Meacham. 3rd floor. 
Schaumburo ll. 6019S 

r^Qfi SiAL5 

JEEPS 

Can you buy Jeeps. Cars, 
4x4's seized in drug rakls 
for under $t00.? Call for 
facts today. 602-837- 
3401. Ext. 3810. 



GOVERNMENT SEIZED 

Vehicles from $100 Fords, 
Mercedes Corvettes. 
Chevys, Surplus. Buyers 
Guide (1) 805-687-6000 

Ext. S-1053. 

1977 CHEVY CORDOBA 

Close to a classic! 67M 
miles. Great condition, You 
test drive!. AM/FM. AC. 
SI 495 or best offer Call 

381-61 18. 

1980 CITATION 

Fro-nt wheel drive. AM/FM. 
AC. You test drivel. $900. 
or best offer. Call 381- 

6118, 

3pc. Maple LR or DEN 
SET 

Very good condition Can't 
go wrong lor $495 or laesl. 
Also hand carved antique 

davenport, $495. or best. 
Call 38t 6118- 

1985 CHEVY CAVALIER 

A r. ;;»rivifn stereo, new 

■•hatist, much 

■■ -;t SELL! Cat! 

after 6:30 



GOvenNiacNrr i 

from $1 (U repair). 

Delinqueni ia« property. 
R-epossessions. Call (11 
805-687-6000 Ext, GF- 
1053 tor current repo. 

list. 



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DRIVERCOUffTER QIHL 
Mainslreet Cleaners Part 
(im« driver needed $5. hr 

and up. Counter' girt, witt 
triin. Students welcome 
Call Ja* # 3821370' 
Flexible hours, 

PET STORE 

Part-time opemnos tor 
cteaning ft natsc Fieiitie 
hours. Land o1 Pels., t42 

N.w HtflHway. Palatme 
Cali 991 '4965, 

ATTENTKJN STUOe:NTS 
Ne* company has 5 
openings for P.T help 
Excellent pay tO'f those who 
quat'ty. Scholarships lor 
those who qualify Call our 
oftice today tor appt. 259- 
8408. Ask tor Greg or Liz. 

JOBS IN AUSTRALIA 
Immedialt openings lor 
men and women fit. 000 
to $60,000. Construction. 
Manulacluring. Secretarial 
mmk. Nurses, Engineering. 
Sales. Hundreds ol |obs 
listed CALL NOW I 20« 
738-' 7000 EH' 308 A, 

CRUISE SHIPS 

Horn Unnq m'en and women 
"Summer A Career 
'Opportunities fwill train). 
Eicellent Pay Plus World 
Travel, Hawaii. Baham'as, 
CariObean. Etc, CALL NOWi 
206-736'7000 Eit. 
308C 






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X-MAS 
CASH 

P.in-timf jobs, 

NORRELL 



T^Ori ^ALB PBH3DHAI ^B?Iz>DMjM 



TANDY 100 LAP m, 
COMPUTER 

32 K e:<p printer. DP10S 
computer comes w,i' 
casselle player with word 
processor, pertect tape for 

word processing. Pertect 

condition with m,a,n,uil. Call 
392"40B:^ 

S'KiS 

Pair o» sKis K,ZQ s- Eleclra 
207 cm. Great condition 
St 25 Call Dan # 991 

7840, No binds. 



GOVERNMENT HOMES 
Irom $1, 'U Repair", Also 
tax delinquent property 
Call aOS '-644 -9533 Ext' 
995 for info. 



ADCmON 

We are a happily married 
couple looking for an infant 
10 adopt We can provide a 
loving home tilled with alt 
the warmth, security and 
happiness you could want 
tor your child. We will pay 
alt m«Kl. and legal exps. call 
for mfo, ® 798-2151 



1989 NUDE COED 
CALENDER. 

Featuring color photO'S of 
IllinO'is COLLEGE WO'MEN. 
Mail $9'95 to COED 
CALENDER. P.O. box 434H, 
Dekalb, tl, 60115, 19« 
MODELS WA,NTED, EARN 
S300. 

ALANON 
Meetings will be held on 
campus at Harper College 
Starting Tuesday. October 
25, For more into, about 
mis support group, contact 
Health Services at exi 
2626 

AMITA- 

HAVE A HAPPY B-DAY j 

Sandy I 

I 

mcK peMftsoN, I 

Sorry to hear about lhe| 
wortt situationi I'm really 
going to miss working with 
you. Please come into visit 
sometime, Hope to see you; 
soon. Take care of yourself 
Banila 



HAPPY BIRTHDAY. You'll 
always be my favorite 

pumpkin. 

Love Pumipkinmaker 

BYRON: 

I like your style, don't give 
up writing. 

TRUDY 

BETH: 

"0 speak again, bright 
angel, for ihou art As 
glorious to this nighi, bemg 
o'er my head, as winged 
m'es&S'nger ol Heaven Unio 
the white up-turned 
wondring eyes Of mortals 
that fall back to gaie on him 
When he bestrides the laiy 
putting clouds And the sails 
upon (he bosom ol the atr.' 
SHAKESPBWE. 

Jeft 



'NOID ALEHr- 

■NOIDS' have been seen on 
Harper's campus. It doesn't 
matter how hard we try, 
they are all around us. If 

you see one. or are 
continually bothered by 
one. please try control 
yourself- Commiimg 

murder will only put 
yourself m trouble, lust 
Ignore them and maybe 
they'll get the hint and go 
away! 

THE ANTI--NOID- 
MOVEMENT 

HELP!! 

The Harbinger Is in need of 
a Distribution Manager. 
Duties include delivering 
Ihe paper on Thursday 
mornings. Pays $15 a 
week, (less than an hour) 
Please contact Hart>inger. 



ADVERTISING 

IF INTERESTED IN PLAC1I>« 
AN AD FOR YOUR CLUB OR 
ORGANIZATION AT REDUCED 
PRICES PLEASE TALK TO 
THE ADVERTISING 
MANAGER. MARC BAIKE. 

OFFICE 
HOURS: 

Mon 9:30-2:30p,m. 

Tues. 1 30-4:30p.m. 

Wed 9 30 2 30pm. 

Thurs 1:30-4:30p.m. 

Fri 9.30-2:30p.m. 

Or please call and leave a 
message. @397-3000 ext. 
2460 

STUDENTS 

Remember there are only 
five more weeks to HELL 
WEEK, we all know this as 
Final Exam Week. STUDY. 




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\1 Month Studenl Special ~!?1SQ 

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fmluring 

• Full Macnine Circuits (if 
VauiiiuN & tigle <;yh«'x 

• Fret' W«'ighLs 

• OtmpuierHed Exercise Bikes 

• Cardkivascular Evaluations 

• Aerobic L»» Impact, and 
Exercise ("ixsses 

• Water Robic Classes 

• MuiriiionaJ and Personalized 
Workout ProRrams 

• Tennis Giuas 
•Swimniing 
•Tanning Beds 

• No (,m\ \urser> Service 

• hinos Assessmeni Test 
Admitusured Hv I-.mtcim- 
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1 VKimlfit'kl Like 
Office Campus 

mm h \X(M«lfidd Rd. 

Sthaumburg, II. WH".^ 

517-4200 



Sports 



TlHf HsrWti'ier Nmwiiiber .1. IWii 



paer 12 



Hawks win the 
war 35-29 



Bf Saiiilt S*l»alart 
Sl.ff Wrll.r 

If^ Ciowgc WaahingiM »t« 
•till alivtr Ik »'OuU luttly Ic iM 
lottuve iJ>e Haipei (lawk ItxiiMI 

ICIM as III* NllllMHni. 

Ttic HiwlK fought 10 the 

Nllcr end coming tvny with ■ 
victor) last Xitunlay «taimi 
Tinrn 3,V.29^ 

'The Tr«ijaii» nook an cady 
lead 23 wrmds ttiiii thC: lame, 
teif ie Imkam iiticrecimrf m: aI 
Shydcr p«M for ■» M-ywd 
H>iic:h<lijw«i, jiiii aricr Hirpct's 
Matt Ljwience opeming kkkofl 
.fumble recovery at ilie Tmjan'l 
Ifr' yiKd liM. 

MwniM laicf JackiM fin 
h» wacdwl imnccptMn lo la iqi 
Tfiioff qiMiiterliact Mickey 
W'hue'i coniKxtMin *nh Michael 
Cratene (« • S-yaid louchdm'ii 
MM] a 13-0 lead 

The Hikvk* mapped liito 
place SIX minutei loio ilic 
neciKid (iimrteT when Snyder 
capped off s M yitd .ft ptav iJnve 
to fill Jeff Dudan fajr * JJ^yurd 
it>iii'hdt>wn. 

Haipcrs m:«,t pMewoi wai 
I »>ghi fell wri; cyet when Tom 
SbikI MKkctI Snyder in tile ciMl 
aam fat a ufely.. 

"It »« a pan ptgy, ,%t 
receiver watn't open." said 
SnytlcT. "It i»at icitally my fault. 
I !itu>uld have ilmtwn ji away 
Tl»e neu iliiiig I knew. MNii«:iiie 
m> tei fo of his Uxt aiMl he 
**!■ right llieit." 

The llawki gm itH** final 
fUMMMikin heftwe the half when 
Jeff Topcl fctmri-red While's 
fuinttk. 

"We *efc on ■ hiju,' said 
Tupel, "The (jnailcrhiik dmpfica 
hack pait Steve Turivnski 



(TurtymkiJ Hit him. He 
funiMed liM! ball, and I jmi rcll 
•HI it" 

Harper itompcd all over 

Triion in the •' ■ - • n Bret 

Velde ictms) ' ,,,t^ chu 

for* louchdo^ ^ HMper 

iimtlinf behind 13-1 >, 

IWemiic iincman fliul •Mr, 
'"- ■ ■ ■- retneveil 'the ball 

*'■'"' :v' on iJie enniung 

'J« Wall Itii It o« of the 

Hiiaricrhack* harnds." Clapi 
replied. "Topel came hy and: 
'!*:<x:j{ici1 il up. I wu nghl thefe 
and II JIM wenl riglit iiiio my 



Clap's recovery allowed 

Snytler lo Imk up with Diubji f« 
» l». .:',.-" ■■■■vh,(k>wn. The iwo- 
V- iim intended for 

''■''■■• ■ -.■mplete 

Magnus BrannMianri .':4.. 
yanl field gjial put ihe Himks m 
tk; lead. ;2- 1, S wiih i ,: , i<j Mi m 
Hk ckKk m ih<- third. 

Jackst-m nmiveied Hie hail l<» 
•lie Trojan's when Haywmtd 
iiiiilianiliDd the ball at the 
T»ojaii'» m. 

Triton's recovery gave 
Greene ihc |{i.-.itK'.jj i<h h 
HJiMTlKliiwn r.5 yards oiii,, Sfol.l 
Bcwaige imJ itie game at .'; with 
5' 22 leli m the game. 

BtHh tcaim cimtd in il»> Cim 
ovcmmc. .md hiih misjied field 
gtials m the wcowd. 

'Tlie game endtxl in ihe ihml 
ovcriinw *licn Tuwymki later- 
cfpinJ Ilk Kclkw'ipais in Ike 
cnil /.>:m- lifter Haywtwd'i 
touchdown and ■ miioicii' cmn, 

point, 

The .Hawk's will fact ihen 
first playoff oppmmt nest wet* 
.III llacper. 




U.»ip»i bUtckinit dnllsirnoio „, Myrom manchardi 

Not again Ray 



.Ry Bjnm Mancltrtf 
S|>nrt* Kdllar 

What audacitv . .,j 

leem the taimf sthe.tUc' Suga* 

Hay "the AhominaiK.-m"! eonarti ii 

awlag iwi ol feuremcni again. 
Oranicd. ibc nan uunm:!)' ihe 
www with his latest comeback 
victory againit Marvelous 
Marvin Hagler But musi wc 
experence yet aMMher Rrnty a-- 
nm with Suger Ray pJaymf 
Stal.kmr's paff* 

This urn Immma will light 



"Pretty Boy- Donny I.al.,.*nde. 
I jiI..on<le. who it hot* the World 

Boung Coancil lightweight 

cktniiiiiin and the super 
middleweight chainpion. is in the 

weakest diviiion in hoiing. 
l.efi [wi aside l.jil.x)™ie's lack cil 
Nrnng ikiU Alter alt. he it 
one of the Jl men to hold a 

hning crown. 

Why does Ixwiard gei to 
right him'» Maybe it's the « 
million dollars thai promoter 



QB's injuries unstoppable 



Vince McMahon's Tilan Spnitt 
put t«) lor the fight 

Now yew masi a.sk: why 
*'<MUi an unskilk-d LaLonde want 
10 fight Leonard alter he was 

foa cd m kmc 1 3 pounds m defend 

his own iiUe'' Maybe . . throe 
million dollars in cold ta>h to 
htip heal his wound.*'' 

Wounds he may not have to 

endure if F-aiher Time catches up 
to the a.b«-iminalion h-fore new 
Uontlay 



Bjrua lllincharil 
Spurts Fdjtor 

Not li) hiinmer i worn 
labjett inti.1 ihc ground, hwl can 
you brtieve if Jim McMiaImn 
became ihc I8ih jiariing 
(luaclerhack lo go oul o( « game 
Willi an (iijurr. I kmiw Mc Mahon 
II tn,niry pn:>iie„ bui it ion 'hnng 
.lli« |B*le« of NFl. (juarterhack 
titiwiet lo ChiicatD's tram d(W. 

The NFL has betome 
H»llm,art's biggest cuMcimer. 
Man* sp«t,i analyiis i]iiesDon 
(lie rules and Mime them fw lUs 
,|irDww|, )Hi|Mlaiiiin of get, well 
tmi QBc. ,»iii what can the NR. 
leallydc)'* 

The ru,lei that |overn ilW' 
protection of <|'Uiin,erba(^k) are 
very itringeni. hits iftcr throws, 
hits on tlie hook slide and the m 
the graip rule have all b««n 
i«iMiilt>d in the lain five years I'or 
tlie protection ei the qiuanertiwck. 
What fans m«M realise i» (hat 
foolhtll IS a vittlent game W'hen 
men who weigh over 2(1') pa:<undii 
and gallop at almrui 20 m p.h 
riiii into a man with ilieir 



ilmilder puds aMl he.|met who 
happeai to tave his buck turrml. 
there ,h .going to he an .o.,(ury 
Most of the tune it's wit serious 
enough I'or Ijicm lo Itavr the halt 
*utte and *ej are (airly r,ii 

Bm thiit yttir ihotb' 

blow.! are hccomtnti, 

voinmon wiiti the adveiii of h 
*'il»h.'» and Don (,:or>i' 
syini«,s trf the canulled pass. 
The locitt on die paaiing ganie a 
how to defend against It hi»c 
hee'omc top N'FL. prKirities, A 
lew years ago coiiicrhac:kt hud 
thc'ir lives changed faevcr wllh 
ilie five yard hump wne rule. 
'Thta Rile slated thai y.ou cm 
htintp 01 hlock a ntctjver once 
within five yards of the line o( 
scrimmage after dial ti was hands 
off This albw«d receivers va run 
free aflei die mitul hump giving 
them more of an oppuriuntty M> 
caich Ok hall. No longer could 
you leave receiven one on one 
wtlhyowr comer hacks. 

This IS when Huddv Ryans 
PhihisDphv »,,ifm> m ' A 



philosophy that has led lo more 
4i*arlert«tk. poundings sine* 'Tom 

I an*y .intitidiiccd. "the Flc«..'" In 

Buddy's system yum M.lb ajt one 
F*,r*,»n on passing downs bin 
ihree oe low , While binnng all 
■licsc people jciii li-i i'..ur 
•'"•.icks biwtp :... 'Il 

r mg Ihe rec; n . , 
■ 'I ■* rimmige and dictt: )i>u h.:i,[».:' 
md pray you get the tjuaniThaik 
hefore his lecseivers gel open. It 
w« 'vt'iy .effective. Now most 
ddenses in the NFl have 220 
pciuml terror who is at his best m 
formation tike the one above and 
getting increaMiigty more shots 
at giving • «].iuirierhac:k that 
hlindstde hiti. Innovative defenw 
■md great athletes spell 
ikslruclion for i)ujirteihackt 
iwially the ptKirca tihlele on any 
profctssional leami starung line 
up. 'When you have to bt; i 
silting duck from 20 to ftO tunes 
■ game, S4'wnei or later a hungry 
cam'per u gcwng to make you his 
dinner All die Peie Ro/elles in 
Ihe world cannot sa:>p die feast 



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-n«aito-flixiZJk:alJ,iaMU 

Sauk Valtrv A-f HarjxT 
II l.<i.4...|S 
Waubon-si-e i,lri Harfvi 

6.. 15.1 rn 
aaniti)iy,ft'l.a faiilMli 

'l-Urper '(^ 'I mun .^'i 

ComjCmnio; 

Region Four Tcwniiimeni 
'Tom lnm. Natwcal Oualitig 



Sorry, to say goodbye 



Bj Bjriia Btiacbard 
Spcirii U4itm 

Over Ihe past eight wi\ ^ 
have taken phoios, talked 
coaches both roo'pcralive and 
uncooperative pvial and hiwtile. 

Having writurn stories and 
editorials, kamed lo layout, and 
mused more than my 'share of 
dtiadlincs 1 have done my best lo 
fullfill die hidden demands that 
accompany every m,anagchal 
position 



if I have offended anyone il 
'" in jcsi My time itn m 

' "n this paper is over. Qh, 
)ou will Mill see my name Itir a 
|)h(»o crcdii (¥ on the hylinc for a 
suiry. hut the hitmc ^ wmism of 
my editorials cbukoJ m tmiple 
stones will he gone. 

Thank you. Bill and Sandy 
for your limiilesji patience and 
hard work Vtiu woni believe 
how much 1 appieciaie them. 




VOL. 23 NO. 1 



Wttliam Rainer (Ijirpcr ( iillcfr 
I'alatinr. Illinois 



Tbc Harbingrr 



N«»emher 17. |«Rg 



Hunger around the world: ways to help 



Bj un rraahw 
"»•«««■• iillKir 

BASK" (Br«h« .^mi Siiu-f- 
IM Chrni) Jnd \.c»m.i!i 
litaoeaiiion air ip'iti'oof mi: WorUI 
Hunger Awarracw Wctk "rhty 
lililii K> niiie Ok uuvHtmmti* 
Mil Kach jiMMit (itwia RiMcd 
i:i«ii«« .Novtmta t4 .- 17, 

"The uk» n t» promow ificrt- 
xn hiiiif rj' pocfik in iIk' •wW 
uid tk'nnit Dartty nl ihi; 
>te*niai» Anint-atiiw, " 

"Wt px tmght in iJU,t own 
lift » HMtll Uiat we dm'i wt: the 
hunrr artiiiiwl m: mUe4 ftiiila 
T»h« of BASIC. 

"Hungci •r«li is plannt-tl 
each yeas by iht tampu* 
roiBuieri al ihtper *iili Uic help 
<rf sludcnlii and sbtfl Paula Talnw 
»rf BASK' and Urmii Darby of 
ilic NewmM AsmciaiKin helped 
m c(K>fdiiM<ir the e«enii.' nikI 
CM>y in a pitsi mleiie. 

To give iiuilMl*. and lUilf 
inlwmnuon (»m wortil huniier. 
l!»«re will he an linformjiiton 
B«xi«h in the k*l>j of huitdiiig A 
freiB <»a,.r»,.'Iii,in. cm Monday, 
No*. 14, 

"The tnf(irMil:K» Il««h will 
he a wiBte 111' 1mm Iw c*ery«>ne,' 
audlDarh). 

On TwckIij. Nov, is iipn 
1 1 1,111.. - 1 :: 3%,.ni , . ttwlenii can 
araiple a, Jtmi Wc»U, Med ii> (he 



Hunger Awareness Week Schedule Nov. 14-17 



INFORMATION BOOTH: A multitude of 
mtormation on the starving coumries of the 
worid and how you can help will be available in A 
iliilding lohby Monday. Nov. 14 from 9 am until 

I'pm. 

HUNGE.R WALK: Everybody walks many miles 
every day. so why not get paid for it? Students 
and staff will meet at the flag poles in from of A 
building Wednesday. Nov. 16 at nm>n for a stroll 
■round campus. Participanis get spoasoird and 
money it doaatiid to Ox,fam and M,A,NNA. 



THIRD WOLD MF.AL: Have you ever wondered 
what people eat when ihey have very little food? 
Sample some of the cuisine in the cafeteria 
Tuesday. Nov. 15 from 1 1 am until 1:30 pm. 

SPECIAL EVENT for HLfNGER: Finally, the 
week wraps up with a basket hall toss wiUi :i booth 
decorated with maps displaying the countries in 
need of this money to help provide resources for 
food in the future. This event will be held on 
Thursday, Nov. 17 from 10 am until 2 pm in A 
building lobby. 



cafelciia,. l,n*lcad of Uit ,»tuji;nis 
e«ing ihirif own luncih Acy aa u 
hiwl (rf ncc. 

The Hun|tr Wjll >m 

WeidiieiMluy, Ni>*. 16. mill ult<' 
place m noon by Ih*; flag p<»lcs. tn 
(rmi cif building A. Siudem. »uif( 

and. |)e,0|ik in Uie Continwiiiy 
»'ilt walk around: uic campus 

walltini iJie Prn- ■-- " ; ' " ■■ 

Petinicu'T Ro.i.< 

.and ihe ci- 

p,:i,rik:ip.i,nt,\ ■.■, 

bj»„ Ptcdft* '■ 

tile walk. The iniMcy » 

ccillicctod ant hrraght ici B '. 

awl Newman A'tsoi-atajn. 

Sixtial F%^i-m for Hunger 



*iU W hv'i ' ■ "■' ^*'"'..Ua>. Nov. 
17, A hits' *nh mapn 

of ihi" couii^.- '.^--i ihe nx'mey 
will go Hi anMnd the kioth. will 
he held on the \Mne day a,t 
IOa,ni -3p m m tin: lnhhv al 
bu,iW,ing A 

Ali prtHCrtK (nnTi hash: 
iind Neu.' .V;!«,:k I jUiMt »ill I'.i i.. 
Mjurnct »*! ' 
•■ > fig: A 1(1 I 



•'■•gx* UTOundtJi.' i*.i(l,,| ,,11,, 
■■1 lo 111* taiiH," f>.i.it..', 
latnyi 

On film .Anient 4 n 



iion(Hofii. imern.iuo(i4i Jgeniy 
iJial fund* ih< need lo become 

self-iiulfkieiil m pi:ior iounine^ 
in Afrit.*, A'via, Laiin Arocrif.i 
ind dmribuiCM edutatinn,)! 
maltriafs for [usifslc m the Itnitcd 

SLiu"^ im issue'f of hungrr 

< hi. Ill, ■' . -Tiade the 

l-,imi 111 >:,. ,-r ».ert 



.*,k,kXl 1 'KL''' > 

■"nu,- nitiric> IV luH ntilv l.i 



lt'.cd the hungry on a short lerni 
b^scs hui lo aid long term ha-V-!! 

l<»i.'" %aid Tahor 

the money will aKo help 
ilk-m k'^im 10 planl the seeds ihcy 

jrc given, dig wells ('>r waUT. 
Mid how lo leproduti- vlinkcris :i\ 
!i lorif! tcnn help." added TaN« 

1 aM year over SI 10 •.is 
M !•■< '■■ ■"' '•■■"! I "ft; <-\,,-riK 



■,.il.l ] >,l(i'vHl Ills 

H, . 
Wi,,tt,'. ■ ' • 

needs *iii iu<- \u\^^ni li k^iii fii. 



Fencing in "The 
Servant of Two 

Masters" 



.Irfr f'rttlm* 
N»«s Idllwr 

['tie Servani of iw-o 
Ma:Me«' . feaiiiinag • twof d %lii 
chiwingniphcd bf RaiMly Mejer, a 
mcmhi-- Soeielj for 

Amrn, ,, .ffcltirs. will 

be »ipcny'i( ai x pm f-nday. No* 
1 1 . in ilie 'huikting J thcaicr, 

Tl»c play was wttfien m the 
WA cenmry by Carto Colitaii. 

tl featuie.t Flormdio aitd 
Beatrice, two lovers become 

•epinaied, f Iivruulo mu%l flee 

town y-- .K::i-idenially 

slays . iHeaiiite't 

hfoihen B.-jt,ti,it dcctdet lo 
■umih kit hci lt,i'«i lover, the 



I'lr 



.it 



ttet dcail 
'-"■rih.,T jr,,l i,i.i>,.;-i., ,,,> Venke in 
M.k Um I Ux'tiiik, 

On riwie to Venice <» wticn 
B'tatfice u thallenged to ibe 
swoid lighi by Sd'vai 

The two- minute iword fight 
bciween Beauicc (:Mai,f(»ret 
Rathkc). and Sih'io tCuri 
Phillips') a co8C*e<l by former 
Harper suakm Rand^ Meyer, 

*ll i» a very funny scene, 
very enpoyable," satd Meyer, 

"The ligbi it«lf wilt he a 
tomhiniition of Fm>i fTynn\ 
Itncing leihnmue from Uh-'hW 
movie "TJic Adventure* of Rollin 
Hood" and Ihe M>ld)cr Hyic of" 




fun rmirpt .Kl Margni Kiihke nin ibmmh di« r.(iti urn- 
swmrd (ighmg from a ISlh well,' acawding to Meyer 

century CMCinf niayier. SigMir 



Onwri." ad«M Meyer 

"There are ::<) 
vwords. ibcrefore. thet> 
ftylei 'Of sword combat.. 



tl'S 



loyeiy tiitic play, and it's running 



"The Servant of Two M,a%- 
>m" will tie presenled November 

i 1.12. IS and li at « pm and 
November 1.) ai 2:V) pm m ihe 
Harper colkgc iheaicr, hmldirt^' ,) 
Tickelnare five dollar's tor general 



admiwion and three dollars for 
Harper ,siudei»ts. For more mlw- 
raanon tall ihe Harper Bo« Of 

fuc, »;M7. 



rJtmi 



Maxlcttn (,;»rfirr 
taw* millini 
participant: 

Magician Bob Garner 
returns to Harper 
alter two yea.rs. 

Pag* 2 



Photo opinion: What 

st^ie would you 
suggest tor the 
decor (of the 
presidents' office)? 

Pag* 4 



Th* Harl>tn9«f t)y any 
other nam* iwould 
still b« ■ newspaper, 
■o wtty Chang* 117: 

What d08,s it really 

msan? 

Paga S 



HARPER STUDENTS 
STEPPING OUT: 

Student Activities 
sponsors a third 

cultural excursion. 

Page 6 



Hawks Fraezt 
Moraine: Advaitce to 
Championship: The 

Hawl<s do It again 

and move up the 

ranks. 

Page 12 



Features 



The HarWnfier Novi-mbtr 1(1. \Wi 



P»g*2 



Magician Garner saws 



ill 
IB 



\ 



willing participant 



»y Mkhtl< Oiirwwxltl 
Fcaluro Killtm 

"No one tan aw a prrvm m 
talf lilic I can." hoiiib magicinn 

In a priignun frw ami apcn lo 
Ihc puWic, Garner »ill jtrcwni 
his acl n<M>n Mtdiday. No*. 14. 

at Harper''* mam campus in 
Muine. 

All we wekome lo sec him 

wppem - even disii|)fiaii - m ih«; A 
huildmK Icningc. 

Gai-ner began hi* intcresi in 
iiluums with a "how to' h<mk 
bjr Jerry Lrwij when he vms 
■toulKighi vf.ir. i>U 

"Ape .Li'.i/v ' iiicr iii.ij.ik In 
ige 12. he began ordering 



■.■;iiiiliigii:.- vkVs ami pla.«emg 
[Hivitci ,.i i.imoii:v magKians, like 
Hairy Houdini, all o*tr ihe walls 
ol' his KMMn. 

<3a»ncr's dt'hui was a fifietn 
■ninuie Christmas party 
ip<,>iisored hy the first U«iic4 
Melhixti^l rhun:ti in LoiraiiMt,, 

'I was. hidmg. I was scjfiii] vt 
death and I refused lo ilo it," 
aitmiLs Ganwr. 

"Finally my mother ,»h«Tuted 
up lo mc,: "*VII. I'll icll ytxi tljis, 
if you (kin'l Ai this show, ymi'tl 
iK'ver be able to oritei a m'ii|ji^ 
uicli again," 

Appaicmly thai Kfyear^flM 
N>y was (wr^uaded ui jwrf.tnn 
K^'ausi" he mm u. .*flv ,is .i lyl). 
time nu^'jvi.in \i.,. • \\yt 

ti'llege laiiipuM,--. mpi 

and ai gainhlmg resiiris in Las 



Vegiu and Alkriuc- City 

Altb«)ugh a definite stage 
piCiiKnce himself, Gamer's hero to 




this djy remains ItKal magician 
Slcwun Crimci - prorcsskinally 
known as Germain the wizanl. 

After writing Cramer .witing 
how much he admired him. 
Gamer accepted an inviiaiion lo 

lUK'h. 

"It was a great day He sal 
me down ami taught me two link 
tncks," explains Gamer. 

Three yeait ago. Cramer. 
now in is laie seventies, gave 
■GinKT a uniijiic gift,. 

"He saul he warned » jtive 
""<■••"*'>" - ■ TO one else 

can Jo I . ,,, You only 

have iiircc i,if lour ol 
lllest"...mayhe five." 

"He gave me all the props, 
all lJi,e workings (or hi* ycm* 
'That W'ay; he said lo me, '1 
knnvs I will Mill tarry on after I 
die'. 

O'lrner recalls thai Cramer 



Thank you for smoking in 
designated areas oniv. 



CHil of respect for ihc hcalih 
faculty, smoking and the use 

allowed only in divi>-- • 

rem,aining areas or- 

limned (o. Ihose ;:-;>„ ;.,,.,.,, 

-Classroofiis 

-Laboralorics 

-Hallw'ays and stairwells 

W a s ti f 1 ' ! 1 1 n \ 

-l''hysi»:.il i,;ilui.iiium jrca 

•■■Building V 

-Division Offices 

-Op'tfi offices or v»ork areas 

-Rcceplion areas 

■■■Conference Roo^nr* 



' ' ■'' '.iilei'Hs and 

I'T'lCllS 

"u'lding. ,A„H 

.1,'. bw ,are twl, 

iMii-*niifeiii|, tMat. 




knew Houdini and other 
magicians from the past. 

For the last seven years 
Garner has assembled his owf> 
gem' - sawing an audience 
participant in half with an cleclnc 
saw. 

This crafty wizard claims. "I 
can (k) (lie trick in three minutes 
or I can go as long as fifiecn 
minutes ' 

As for the lucky participant 
from the audience? *l usually 
cIkiok a girl from the audience. I 
waith and see how people 
respond, how they laugh and 
applaud." 

*I look for a clean-cut human 
being, someone who is nice to 
Si-l along with- Physical sia is 
not ini|it)runt." 

For an amusing afternoon. 
join Boh Gamer on November 14 
and maybe \'()i; ijn be chosen 
lormlhecnmd' 



(Duar 



Sfrdie: Know the Signals 



,\in<frlc»m He»rl (\4s,iK(itlon 

'I'hcrc IS it lot of tilk these 
diiys about I'wly la,tigu.it:c 

Noi only do yiHi tu\c lo be 



tare! Ill aUvul whal 

vou al«i have to 
nio^^vjgcs Of .; . 
s,fnd thri^iiig.li .1 . 



yiHi say. hul 

hf an are of 

may 

-»lilv 



YOU'RE INVITED! 



OPBI HOUSE: 



l;n>i4'i:k_ 



UMVERsmr 

SUNDAY, NOV. 13 
1-4 P.M. 



t 



Come to an Open House at Roosf ■ . ■ ' sity on 

'^' mday. Novembef 1 3 and team wi ^ly r , " * • - -j-y 
the place to earn yoof degree or ace;: , , , , -i,,:) i 
lege credits. Our ■dear:;: :iy^< ^;-:,.:i;':n^T:; neaas can 
you about Roosevftlt ,s cddy datiemtc piograms and 
-:swer yo^ur questions. Counselors will be available to 
discuss linancia! aid. admission req'Uirements and 
^ ., ^ rareer planning The November 13 O'pen Hou,se will be 

new at the same time at both Roosevelt ampuses Pte3'« call to let us know it you 
plan to allend. We're looking lofwa,rd to she.-. ■ ■ . ■.vhy Roosevelt is the university 
with the pt;rfe€l learrnnq privtrnnrrvrvi 

S> ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY 

WELLSPRING OF SUCCESS 

Downtown Campus 430 S Michigan /Wenue Chicago IL 60605 • 341-3515 
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movements and gestures. 

But h(,)w much time do ytm 
spend recogni/tng the signals 
your body is sending you'' 

If you were cipcnentiag. for 
example, a stroke, would you 
know how U) inlerprri the signals 
am) warning signals' 

According to the American 
Heari AwiKiation. more than 
,MHI.O(lll Americans will 
eipcrwiKT a stinkc tins year. 

In many cases, quick aclinii 
can prevent more serious 
problems Irom iKcumng as the 
rt.sull of a stroke. 

A stroke hafipcns when 
oiygen rich blood is cut off oo 
its way to tfie hrain 

This can be caused by a ckil 
in tan artery tfiat supples bkiod to 
the brain, or by an aneurysm, the 
bursting of a blood vessel m the 
brain. 

How a ptrraoo is affected by a 
stroke depends largely on what 
pan of the brain is roWied of the 
neoiled oxygen. 

ThiTC are several ways your 
N'hly may warn you of a major 
stroke: 

•a sudden, temporary 
wcaknes> oi numbness of the 
face, arm or Icit; 

-lempomry dtfTioilly or k>si 
"' speech, or trouble 
undemandrng nxtch; 

tudden, lempnrary dimnesi. 
01 'kms of vision. iLsually in one 
eye: 

CtMliBiMd OB pate 4 



Features 



Th« HarhinaiT November 10. ItltB 



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Tlwir«li>. NmanlKr 17. nil ll 
ts [Ik Americai Cancer Scciety 
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Hse'i tow yoM can surl ui 
■nop! 

1. Hide the asliiiiys, miHche* 
ilMl cipccttcs 

2. I ay in a itipply of 

lufifteti f Ml m candy t-ir .|u>t y 
vcffielnltles. tieatdi Service hat a 
Hupply ll' y<:iu ran tiui 



1, I>'mk lol* of Ii4un],i.'"hut 
eii»y m the tad'cim: ami ak'ohiil' 
4. Tell everyone yny ijuil. 

lor Uie (lay, frnmU can mpfon 
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6. I:»€rcise to rclcaw 
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Out ex -smokers can help ynu. 

Official GREAT 

AMERICAN SMOKEOUT 
adoption ceniricaiet will be 
available in the A building 




.Siudcnt Lounge Tuesday. 
November 15 and Wednesday. 
November 16. 

On Ihe GREAT 
AMERICAN SMOKEOUT 
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carbon monoxide moniioring, 
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Heart 



Ciinlinucd rroM nate 3 

lemporary diriinets or 
uii\!«n:lincs<i. especially when 
JV.1K Liiftl with ilic conditions 
livu-d above. 

Scicntiric advancements in 
the area of stroke ireaimeni have 
included drugs, surgical 
proccdtires and improved 
diiifini^sic icthnigues unheaid ofa 
lew shon, years agt). 

But the most important 
weapon against stroke is early 
detection. If you notice one or 
more of these signals, sec your 
doctor as sjion as putsible. 

Your btKly might be trying 
10 tell you something. 



Photo Opinion 




P^ge* 



Photo Opinion b» Kobvn l>«v(», Munaglni: Fdllor 

The Board of Trustees just approved 
$8,000 for the redecoration of 
President Thompson's office. 



It's your 
money, 
what style 
would you 
suggest for 
the decor? 




'1-. 






Appairisnily.tfif "ilwV-nts were 




First Place 



1 year membership at the 
Woodfield Fitness Center 

Second Place 

5 sessions at the Bahama Sun 
Tanning Spa 

Third Place 

Dinner for two at Swensen's Ice 
Cream/Restaurant 

Fourth Place 

$10 Gift certificate at Chili's 
Hamburger Grill & Bar 

The Harbinger needs ;i graphic logo lo represent the 

paper. The graphic should fii in :» 2"x2" square and wtmld 
be added next to the paper's name on the from page. Five 
judges will award prizes to the four best drawings based on 

creanvit>. representation of the Harbinger, and orurinaliiy 

Onirics will he accepted through Friday. \>". 'iv 

entry jx-r person i. Results will appear in the Dtv i ■^■•'■' "' 
tf!:,- 'n.irbini!.'r Fn tries should be turned itiio ttic liar bin 'Ilt 
ih atiisi''. iijiii':- and Stx'ial ■scvuriiy num(>;" 






Mortj 

Sluddt 

'SimilM 10 die decor llut 
Greg Brady redecoraicd Milce's 
office lava lamps. I>eadcd 
curtains, psychedelic paper- 
wieghu. And wiili Sd.OOO they 
could redecorate other trustees' 
offices in ihc same way- -or give 
dieicachcrsaiaise." 





Tarl Vagka 
Student 

"It should he decorated in 
mcxkm American junli' like ihc 
rcsl ol Ihc campus' 



Due lo tli( fact that 
Ihcd wllllnt photo 
opinion p«rtlclpant* "«" 
hclni rorccil hack Into 
Ihtlr clafiroom, «•« didn't 
gtt tlMtlr nameii. Sorry. 

A fpeclal thank-yoa lo 
tfcal miliiaiti Intti lor 
dc>i|B Initruclor. Wouldn't 
wanna aim that Icclurt <>■ 
"Tht vtrsatlllly of th« 
sectional tofa unll". 
Thankj anyway ■«*!. 




"liittil»d" 

Student 

Toially contemporary . all black 

and while. Low of pillais. Oh 

veih.martile lloors." 




"Intllled 1" 

Sludint 

■Gimfilli onlhewatb' 



(PhMos by JokH Sasm) 



Editorial 



The ilarbifigrr Novtmlier 10. 1911 



l»»g« 5 



, The Harbinger by any other 
name would still be a 
newspaper, so why change it? 

For nearly 20 ytsrs Student Activities his 
sponsored the Harper College Newspaper and 
through the ages it has undergone many 
changes. Its name has always been "Harbinger" 
but it ltM»ks a little different etery year. In 1 484 
it almott changed entirely. 

"In an effurl to carry on the Tine Iradilion of 
qualtly to which Harper College has grown 
accustomed, the Harbinger editorial staff is 
considering a name change which would enhance 
the quality of the college newspaper and make 
more professional and reKpun»il)le.*' wrote 
Editor-in-Chief Bill Koch. 

"The majority of readers doesn't understand 
the definition of Harbinger and most 
imlsfronounce it." 

"We believe it's tiiiM tar ■ cliaiigf." 

"We believe the remaining pages of the 
Harbinger should be renamed: the journal." 

Actually, he's right land il doesn't surprise 
m«)! Just for fun, I decided to take a little 
survey. 

The paper's name is... "The Harbinger 
(pronounced 'binger as in singer) This was the 
most popular mispronunciation. I also received 
Harbanger and was disappointed not to hear 
Hart>unger. The proper pronunciation 
Harbenjer. 

Harbinger means "Harper High School." 
according to ime student, thir Student Senate 
President said, "An estension of Harper 
students' view of Harper College." Not tijid, 
Terry Simorison sii>s. "I get informed on what'% 
going on, on campus." One student stomliltd 
upon a fairly close ricriiiilion "I alwats (hooi:>il 
it was a derivative of 'Harper'. ...No. Thaf*- 
lrr»m the ninetcrnlh ctnlury. the brinRtr t> 
truth," said Jim Bohan. 

One other student tame up with an almost 
accurate definition and she pronounced it 
correctly KmiI Debt Smotinski t please pardon on- 
if I misspelled your last name I answered. 
"Bearer of good news." 

All other students eilher "don't know" or 
"^.omeone told me once. I don't rememlier." 
Those asked, please don't feel had. Ml answers 
I received are correct (with the esceplion of the 
first "Harper High School" i. Besides, I must 

admit I only had ■ vague idea nivself ticforc 
referred to Webster. 

Webster says: ■ forerunner; a precursor; one 
who or thai which precedes and gives notice of 
the arrival of some person or thing. 

And: person sent before to annoonce the 
coming of someone: Herald. 

White the mispronunciation I tmIIv don't 
mind le\-President !V!c(;rath gave us the 
nickname "tMnger"! I hope the dtfioilion , 
esplains why »e are who we are. I ha*e NO 
intention of changing l«> years of tradition for 
the misconception thai il %»ill make our rcpuninj; 
more professional or responsible: While we will 
iteome more profes-sional and more rcsponsitite, ' 
It will not be do to a name change. I he 
Harbinger describes accurately what we trv to 
accomplish with our long hours <and I mean 
Ions hours t! 

However, I have initialed a contest for a 
graphic design representing what the Harbinger 
means to you. The design should be 2"X2" to fit 
nent to the name on the front page. Four priies 
are available. The last dav to submit a graphic is i 
Friday. Nov. Itt and the winning graphic will 
appear in Dec. 1 issue. Il seems once again the 



If al first you don't 
succeed better hurry 

and drop the class. 
"W" before "F"! 




Penny for your 
thoughts. ..eight 
thousand dollars 
for new furniture! 



While I was writing Ihis editorial, my 
managing editor reminded me of a motion 
recently passed at the Board of Trustees 
meeting. Harper's Board of Trustees gave 
Stt.OOO to purchase new furniture for the 
President's office. 

Considering the revenue of the college this 
may be pretty small, but when classHwims aren't 
pniperly furnished with clocks (which, by the 
way. citme out of the same budget as Ihis 
$H,Ht)0( and pencil sharpeners, and teachers 
make do with hideous lighting conditions in F 
building it makes me wonder if our Board of 
Trustees has its priorities straight, (iranted I 
could not contact hoard members for their 
wmiment esplanalion. so if there is one, I will 
try to find it for next week. 

Mean»*hile, the Board of Trustees meet every 
month on the f<»urlh Thursday and are open to 
(he public. Sometimes (rarely) the meetings 
oeein unimportant, but most of the time the 
future is being decided for this college. ..and for 
voul 



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Only Some 
THINGS CHANGE 



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i» tlie Horj ol" • ni»I>lf *•»«■ 

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L111111.1: t.r. [Hififjyiil ««i M"n" 
tif tiiiiiir*.. Jerry is a i" ' 
who di'iplay'' » lough ctl.;.'' 
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Sl.tf Wrlltr 

Talrt cigUi UuBy ap fliUK-f 
twdeiiti. Nu* 1*1 n (otmtt 
pciifeiBionJil «l».n«.'cr luid • haf'y 
old ptanm.. Wtai y«™ g« "« " 
ta-fiMed evenBIl o» bghiteaneil 
cKmmfly. 

Hai'p*! StmlKW Acimiic^ 
•'ill: iK »t»'JWir'rng il* ihirt 
Omc'1|o Culiunil I-icurakm 10 
*e SlC'(ijK"*'''"' Tte""-" (««liic- 
Ikin of Slep pJnf "»«■ » P'^V 
by Riehaixl Bartw. The irip *ill 



ulte place Dec (» The pardti 
paws will tovc (row in Iri'tnt <«< 
Biitl>,ling A »l 6 pm and *ill 

rciiimaJa[t|ini«in»ai.,''' ' ' . 

The play i< m 
hiMU-y. old iboc vii'.vi-.. ... \ 
Ctoru* i>n« Sci rn a Nmih 
London thuich h';-!" '*"• -"'f^ 
liKUM's aroiitnl •. '' 

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The .giitiip Mitlmici 



ol iicr«m»I.ii.ies. From Vera iht: 
t'uisvtu'ily. 10 piod hcartfd Rose. 
1,1 (,KM>lli;f> who IS shy. 
animjn.»in.g. 'and Iht! only male 
m ihc poMp. eat:h chafscier is 
tcmiplcK. 

Ai the play pf(.>grr«c%. '»<:■ 
ax ih" int..'qKT4<m3l retiiictKhij'-i 
(Ifvciop ■ -'■ ' ■ 

and kani .i!:h>u1 tli." ni'u'r 

»ire[!gb.s i.>( cx.h i-h,,ii,r»t.l.cr, Ttw 

.. • " '■ ■ :'- ■ finale 

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hemilu cimcen. 

Hains" 1^84 comedy 
premiered i» Umkm and later ran 
on Broadway, whetc it was 
diiKledhyTanmyTane. 

The Steppt-nwo" pr<xluc.iirm 
n( Sleppin* Om w'H be 
iltri'iicil hv HonJi Rccd and 
, . ,,.hcd h) RoK-n Well*, 
iiiaion ".lars Shannon 
^ ,„,.;, ,,, , s< '• ■' ilie paiieni 
(!a.n..'U-..i Sicvcnvtm 

Whunc> -. ■■■■ ' 'i^"- "'<■■ 
Jiapprov ing piamsi, Other ca»l 



memher* include Jenny Baton. 

Dolores Noah. I inda Stephens, 

Celeste I vn.:h. I-r;inces fiuinan. 
Carlton MilU-r, Imui P. Hall, and 
Deanna Dunagon. 

Tickets lor the HarptT ixip 
are on sale now ami will com SI * 
lor Hariwr siudenis .mil Sl^) lot 
ihe iiuhlic. The liclct price *x-n 
include uansjionation in .ml Iroiii 
iIh- ihcaire. Pot iickeis .ir mor\- 
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Niivemhrr 10. I4IM( 



pagf 7 



"Servant of Two Masters ' 

Set to Open 




.nim ilic a-ton 

Willi* iiKo tonldiC'. that 
myth ol ihe thawrcr frrawws 
come from (n-optc and suualtOM 
vho h.,i% rik <Hiniciwl m real lilc 

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I' rilcrlslninriir Ediinr 

Afifr nontlts trf iwepunnion. 
Harjwrs fall pfiMteiicm of The 
!»*r*»iit of T»« Misiers i% 
tcatlyfor jnaudifDix", 

Between the osi. the 
Arxiw, iJ»c trews (or bi-him 
MIS. props, and ccKtumei 
tnwoitimalcly iwo months of 
mem *•» speni. 

tin Friday Novemtter 1 1 we 
will be ahle lo view iIk rcsulu 



ctMnhinaltciii of ihe styles of ihe 
t»o lia siiCTWis. Niiht ( ourt 
and Chetri. wtthoui ii Kmg as 
ridituloits as Nigil (oiirl ami 
ya rioi as suaight a» Chwri, 

Willis IS very happy with 
Uw! cast she Iik to woit with 
The cm i* flm nut. There ts a 
tk'dniic learn spirtt in the cast," 
Willis IS very pleaseit with 
sharacier development, with 
ahout fifty percent tX the ijkm fat 
■l-v-lr-fvnciii fifWiSM Cuming 



and Oam 

Amiisi 

Other cast mcnihers mcludi- 

r>.in Dudycfi. Mjiiricc Stone 

r>xld Davidson Krcmlan l-olc). 

and Jennie Sanore, 

Willis sjys that she enjo>s 
directing a straight play as 
oppeised to a musical for a 
change. "Being a musical dirmiv 
's lili- being a trjllic cop, 
making sure people .lon'i 
collide." 

Williii IS concerned, despite 
her eiciKmeni toward the overall 
produclion. that pc^oplc non'i 





*'>* SanJtn hmrs lo htt 



show due to the unlcnown title 

She piomiHjs those whi) venture 
to see ii, however; will have a 
realty wunderfyl c«.fiericnce. She 
say.s <fs a quality production 
from st-Ls, to c.a.si. to costumes, 
and so cm 

The loul run ol ihe show is 
November II, 12. IK and m al 
SIK) pin and Novcmter R « 
2.'M) pm. The Italian hufici 



I Phi-jrt *» Jithix Sistam) 
dinner tlicatre hemj: served m the 
College Dining Hall m A 
huilding on NvivcnihcT 14 al 6:(K) 

pm. 

Willis \uinc II up by .saying. 
"Laaghicr is a jini. :i„d | (hink 
this play will alhm iv.ipk- ut 
forget their wtwrics t,.r j louplc 
of hours and jusi enjoy 
themselves, " 



The Sersant of Ti»(» 
Masters i„, .j wonderfully 
•( 1*0 pa,<rs of 
■ ,;-'nva,|,ed lovers. 
C,i4fis,c and .SvU'io. and Beatrice 
and Flormdi). that caww nt,iolve 
iheir difiereraces wnhow the |ie||) 
of Iheir tcsoiirceful servant, 

"'img fnm confused 

;, M'ul» wamm dressing 

uian, JO sword fightiOK and 

■• rule J icviuic, iMves ihi,s 

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■ 'Itc mihteniury 

■- a iinm«e mmedit 

■"' ••■■it theairical 

"-""'■•' ■■rnhimei tli,ree 

'''''"'-'-■ :. r>erlbr«,ance: 

->, irony, ami usual humor 

■ "s arc the ptsrfeti symhols 

!hc| ronihine funny 

•'■■•■ , .iiions. lots oCeiMrrgy. 

■■'■.Ik- J movements and 

ns. and s,Upsti,t:k. " stales 

If a dcfiiiiliLHi |,| 

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The HarbinKrr November 10, 19IMI 



pagr S 



ECONOMY OF MOTION 

■} Pt'd«r Swmatj 

Tlie l>i.n««il Wimfc wiit not ««|m»I u,> iI»- us! ■>( 
haMinii in MUtn momini; tun *i hi* Sm-jum .>! Iijlii 

)ni«*d onto my f«c» htr motu-n U-»tl tpilt ..■■fr ill* 
rinifwrii of Stacpy B>e C«»ik, ohnnximi ">>' « ««t»l- I 
cx|>c.rt«ncea ■ 1*11 mg unwion iltii Rwtml' in emllk't 
between m^' m>ic mtd lim flmjit 

■■<'1iic:h." I mtf m i»uy not hi*!* «;id, 

I lund ufi, |ti«i<4 lo rinl mjiwlf ilicaily tltntnj ■ml 
•I ihr iilTke. Aliei tdjiMaf my imm lo a Irm fmimf 
aif Ic. I tan i boutii <il LiMtniM ilimwfit M>me %'eek old 
coffc* |,n>Bii*. I (.iriiW Ihi fMwIlini hre». ihrn 

Thnwg'h m> l«f« *«« nim • tliien! th»j 1 s«- hji* 

Hm« yoB ipMtol II yn"' I walic m tho rminnmi, .•tmdy 
dwifcd anil >l wt.rk. I «c'N<<»» • rlew l«jid ind clew 
lwetll> from fiu iime tup A ii«iiem tm«|e( 
«onomy o( iTu>tiim. 

Th«i'i my miAUe n»m«. Hymen. Eowomv of Muikin 
FflithcBtcrog 

Ae««lly, ii>y middk nume. a In, but I m d*in|mi| tl, 

I'm M dklt- 

'"IV-*" « dKktpcii fm IVivii* [)««■»•«. 

"[>icI(*|h;.>Ii" II dKkt|M'ik to Bid* •emKulai 

CmiI if' 

I wm pcking through an mlitrty, trying lo rott one 
hti cif«i*ll> frnm 111 Iiillt one*. vKm. • tail kg on Ik 
dedt b«KkM ind ten) everyihing cTi>litn| lit Uir grouiid. 
Aftw propping the il«k hitk up. i rrpl,»«d the irkphnjw 
aiul iLKkcd rwfyilting clu aiulc. t >■! ikiwn ml put my 
turn, tifi ll»«ii I ••« tiP' and pu' my letl down. Uitii 1 »*l 
dmini and pm my (*«l iip' iiain. I (it the t igjmw hut mm 
,|r«lltll»lie:«Hj tt iMldj with. It w I uraiK.l a .•ot and 
lililtMd II B«IIM. Wrtching the ■■ ■ ■ ■■*»"l 

lilt' cmling I *«* mnnndmd at h" - ^'^ 

ewl lanly lawaid calling*. 

A .tagifi^A pinh a««niM of tc.af ttnd n.wfr;|wii'd l,hr 
icrf'tw ol mv rix-hi iL.t^«i*'li t'fHt ihc !«u 1*0 wcel,** 



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opcnad. 1 tal immMy <>n ill* floor bkcdmg prufmely and 

lannntmi, Iht l«»» of tny 1(M> year old Koith, Tould 
thing* pjwtiWy get wmm. I »i>nd«;rc<). «nd looted up 1.0 
find B<>wra» lungmg ai my ihioat *ah the jiggfd wmams 
of Ih« Kutk 'MM. I don'i raind Mvuig Ihtl I *«« • bil 
pal off by all ih.i». » I shot hti 

OiM of Ihir Ihtngi r had i,lway» admiml «hi.i,it Biwomi 
mm hei rekwlrB dci*rmin»tion. t>ui i.h»i *«< proving 
tmnitlhing of a mii»aii«.«; m>» •* »h<" ^'V ., ■■.yr,,r!( .ii me 
•ilh thai h«*en bMilencck 

S'O \ tboi iKi fi'we m«'*fr riwr* 

r c*ad,l!ed het head .■ • :>,ng. "Wh>;'" J mkmt 

her, "Wtiy did you try i' ■ 

"WrD." !t,he »a,id, :.., . ■-mell. yo«r eyei lie 

KmJv, >.>« dm,» Itiie > hiini, you have hiif lireatli, youi 
now h*],! needt ifimmrn^:, Vfui hjvt ^sffli'Iruff, \'(nj'Te 
*i,«*pid, yma'n. p«,^" 
yaii ha:ve no ttfi* 

on your haik. yom !■•■» ,»> ■•'■ ^••" ■ i>.""'i •'•'•• 

you have • pul belly. IM I ittetiluM, y"Ui brc«i„h '■' 

"Y'«i." 

"You have bad poir ■ ■ ■ ■ a 

,haif} malt on: yo'Ur ■- ' 

'hmdlicc. yotfte aoH'ej««i. >(h( iiivi- »niic irn' imu • liai 
•M, narrow thmildm, mt no chin " 

"1,1 th,ai It"'" 

"'Hj' Th»i'i. ]i»i 1 Hilt'" the «a,ii,i i' ' ■■,■■ 

aaautiiKi-, J.!",! I nil>bc«,l my fingei »niund ■ ,■;! 

10 mikc lure tlie "atn'! ra,li,mg. boi ilie Ji.in 1 Mmn I 
nlmxl. leiimg her h*;ad itiiint goiily m ihe fliwr Twice, 

1 lefi ihi'ic, htilding a hanlcu- s.. m> Mf.-.iiii. un Mi.t 
d*<rj»ly taiihlened: by my iraf 1,1, 
I Wl year nid Knich in ihe in, ■ , , 
giHH, I im,g up the «>p|i«r* and !ft> ,n,ri »fnTiyrn.-i,- •!!> 

'Thai had hf«i i«o, week* ago, now I ■■m m m\ "ii'ur 
paytng a iifeni inhuie id the ga,l % but Wo*" •"- " 

My mmd tunwij 10 hipptoi (NmghM *•' 
pait nl lllUt. "C, Kyi.-rmt i,o,oiii,n,g ihtougli i,h. 
hy « |(>r|,'-' - ■ 1' inI«mi(Heit by i ;, 
hiwniiy ci, - Ihe 'ilooi tol,l:owe.i 

Theie w*»« not your every day. run t«l 
bi»jm,s llw Irfi ix'K' *"«■ itu- '.am* tal »li» i,i 

'('l,gl"i: '. hM*^t H,:IM 

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V, He e^pevirJ ,^, hange 

■ ' -I.U} httiwinit 'hihMd ui 

ni* martiat when the miilrif d," 

,irnved with a lavman he iMip^sd 

•'Otdd |irove 10 he Chelwa Moffiit, 

He wnaiA'bed a fruit fri'tm the 

centtT'irnex"** nn-l 4i,»,Kkt ,,ii'i 



w,ub » pii. 

"I'm fhtlicji Mi'igan,,' itir 
Mtd. di,*p1,afiin,| het d'rn-tt"i 
ticrriie 

'^ey icalcd I'bMntc'lve,!, and: 
adini:rc*J each otbrr't name* for i 
fnomtfiu Hii'oie ttH'j»,hmg 

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N'o It d<i*«i,'l. ■■ «>rieii'ted « 

,Aiiiiit S(«h,i,Bi, rh,>,auii »'i,th h.t. 

I'iuihini: 

"'Tiitiin OT teeth'!" ,i,rt'»d 
C'ht,lae,a., ,Mi*liinig in the •'Mil 

"It d«ip«Bd't lalio'ii atking,''' 
ia,ji'd ,i*,daiB, i,:nnni»d by 'Il,e», 
iTifililiin, "How many leiih do fpm 
bave'T 

Sevtnly five. bed Clir':- 

i;fifni,i|h that w,h,«"h die w*» I-. 
ahMtl. 

"V'oti have *i¥*ii|i',.,ii»« lioi,li7 
'What'* your «e^'re("?"" 

Im Out 'wf^nng p,antie^,'" 
,'\hlth, i,AjH,l ,Adam, adru^ii'Hi' 
hii pcrceptMJtfr* €on*pK'Uou,*h 
i,<:tni,aB C'a,lh<»lic Kihhi t:am> 
Iheir n'>i- ■•■■' r'M- iti,.-m i. n, 
ble$'i. 

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They ufcncil a jat 0! Had',l,k'',l 
Minlinet tnl let il breatbe 'fiee 

"Yo,|i ta* very beauiifal •'■■■ 
evrnitig," ia<d Adam 

■■f fiip'P'Hf v,i'tu mea,n that -•■ 
' -plin! 



"Where did you gei tb,at war on your cheek?" ihc 
yetpad, 

'Shiving.' I answered •ml went to the "B" drawer nl 
my hic tahtnet where 1 found the last Killk ot m> 
jnecKiui Spt'cul Blend under "B«>« " I aei ihe htiitle on 
ibe d««k ncii to my gal and lumed hack 10 Ihe cafiinei lo 
rheck die Bo/omow»ki file. I had clipjicd the ohit ami 
I to slide a quick eycbaJI i>veT ;1 



' t!,' ,,-^.nniwski 111 ia*d,i wa,*, 

ih anonymous tip Nall 

" 1 1 And the btoo«i ot her 

,ih blah blah hijih Miss 

Mced only by her l*in 



s very rsrrc ^,k01ch." yowlr..! Kcnha h1^ she 
' .'lunnt the N-li;.-, 'lii-* mvom:-- iI',ii "HC lusr 
- iis tvmnd ncKl to tt ■ 

iinidcd my «|rceni. ■ , , . 1 

i..n'.i, lurncd hu'k lo the obu 

^i.rvict'.! .'inlv bv h*'r Twin hr>*tkrr fttrt 

I '.y . .• , , piiiiit t«,> tcat-h ,Berl 

why my ii,j,|,ddk- iijimc ■* a> Lxcviiumy of .Motion, hui his 
middle ntme seemed 10 hn Kill FclichenicTog, My gat was 
on the cornet of my desk and my hand was only vmhcs 
from It when the Ian Ivntle o1 my helovrd scotch crashed 
across the left side nl niy factr with alatnang (amiUanty. 
curtaititiig my flight mui usting rue earthwcrkt 

It was a few TnomenK hefcre I coulkl locus my cwc 
',*■',■ I did I wa« greeted by the replay of a f'.' 
and her jagged boiiieneck closinp m fof ih*- > 
'. tjilrt il Wi!1„c«i't Hcnv. u wjs tht- fjisl iruf 



■■ ,, -, ' I tiimdi ti, a minis 
'HHaii a) 'Im 

""'Mi»ni sil'iiBi retiiaik, i'»r, 
lieliiaai ikreaieli «>, *«'>! iliwu 

hit I'm mil lutl ,aniy iii«B Itl pf,0|g|,ci:l fc»e h:n.on»s 
(t(, tintei 'httm* Md I'd plug 'em *a iiMe. Aa t|Mkf 
fafiir* I 'N-gaii ptuggmgi, 

'"'Are you Hynxn Fc'k„h(:«iia<(|, filt*tM' ififf' >:. 
iwitietKl 

"Mj»eiii er.!«in:iii| ,,ij^'' HiMm MlliilMpiBiit|:., iiiid w,y 
fiiemln iia'f — ■■ ■ •'•■ ^ 

! dr- Ms name 'it B,erih,» Hoiiiiiiiiw*,! 'I'd 

tike 'yoiii ,■ .It the death of my Iwiin si,s,tet. 

Belly,'" 

Het mmf' «•» l«»»„ bit 'iIp' Bipiide, thai Bcity tad 
Htm (mm the gian m laiitie aie, wm laatei 'In aa,a 
event,. I bail a hamlful of gal and » inniiftdill of clichei. I 
co,|ild ,ilf«d lu< pliy along, 

"Why me. moti'!*'" 

'I fouMl: y-niif iiaiiM' it IKT iMkiltM taMt." «iirliW ' 
alleged ,Bc«ka. "I ilx>u(kl I eniild inityiM'. 

All my ,iram:,in,g iold aie iihat iiiin m tti*' tiiiiic 
tay 

"f cforH CH"cm,e c'hea|i„ ikd'llpnas 

't anfK iipaied ihai " ,«lt* wlimnted: and *ni«d 
bill* on Tf, '1, .;'» covet It?" 

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'"''"'' word stHiUii(( item iicr ficad like 1* 
'■SI ^[he mountain spring, "v.k me law " 

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PHYSICS CLUB 

The I1iy«ic» Club ■ $mn$. £» 
■ richi liip ID Fcfirn Ut> on 

Fnday, MwMiiwr 1 1 ■ 



VOINCJ CORPORATK 
ACHIIVFRS 

The Yoiiog Corpoiait 
AthKvers mm every Moodaj at 
12 p.m. in MOJ Their ncul 
meeling will be on November 
14. Ne* incmhcri arc wclctwie 
If you have any question* 
coniKi Ed WaMace al )W 2066 

PHI THETA KAI'PA 

Tbc Phi Phi Chjitilert ne«i 
n»e«tinf will be ihc Nt»vemh<'i 
General Meeting mi "Iui's.li>. 
Novcmhcf 22 m 7 W p m m 
A-JM)- Dt. Oete Hir.um will 
Ui!k on 'Ci)nflicl Ri-ailulion. 

COLLEttE 
REPUBLICANS 
The CoHcgf Rcptthlicans 
Club meets every WtdneHlay at 
2 pm, rfi I 114 !' 
mcctinj! t\ Niucti.' 
Anvorif im..-r' -.it'il in (Hihtii- !■• 
weli'tHin- ii- ji'Mn, ['nr morf 
inl»'»nn.a«jon tonuti Ktm U>»ati 
ai 3«»T.,W:K1. f «i ?MK. 

SCIEN( K Fit HON 

AND I VMVSY 

(11 B 

The S. icn,, . ii'i.l 

FanUi) (."liib 1^ ■•■ '■»■ 

W'.-.lnes4at> al 2 -" p "i m !-■■ 
(■^ii Any itiicfii'siril '.ludcnli 
shoutd alk-mi iht' rwM metimg 
om November 16 - aJt »rc 
we'ktime, F« m<:w mformimon 
coniacv Dr, E. Mull al :«»7. 
:WM. t.u. 2323 Of Bol) 
Htip(mefai2W-WI4 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 
(II B 

The ('i.ii-i„.jl Scicntc Club 
hj\ mcciiii|s;>. I vL-ry Wednesday 
ji 2:10 p m ill 10 14 

Nivvcmhcr It i* ihc neil 
meeling, l-'w rwm- indmiialion 
cuMiK'i Kicli.i(d Hallat at 38 1- 

HJll 



l.A.S.I.C 
'TheisE mt' wecllit 
disctiM *Whai ' 
Believe" Mtimlty* Imm i" 
10:45 a.m. Mid II ■ 11.4^ «.m 
The 'Working Through My 
Hang -up*" IS roup m^eeis 
Tuesday's from I - 2 p ni, and 
Wednesday fn>m 3 'Wt ■■ V.U) 
p m They are open in .ill 
MudcnL^, For more inlornution 
coniacl Paula Tabor ai W? 
MX). Ell. 2242. 

NEWMAN 
Newnuii meets WctliKsdaw ai 
1 p.m. in D-:'>> The DniK 
Alcoh«il WVIIik-.i-i Ni:i>».irk *in 
tjlk i"» Nmcmher Id Alvn. 
^i.iin up \'<r the rice meal on 
Nov l> and Hunger Walk on 
Nov, 16. Advent prayer is 
Novctnter W at \ IS p.m. in 
D-1115, 

FOOD SFRVK E 
CLl B 

The FtKid Service Club has 

weekly mccitmss every Ti*:sday 

ir Wednesday al 10 or U'VIO 
.1 m. tn .A-tXX), Eiatt mceung 
days and limes are an«Kinc:,t»l at 
ihe prior nietting. For moif 
ml'ormalion contact Mr, IJ al 
3«)7.VX)0, ^,^I 2S7R 

B10L0(;V (I IB 

The Biologv riiih will m«l 
on Monday, ^- !4. al 

l/V) p,m 111 , dales 

for up and tommg lit Id trips 
will K: Jiscu'sscd, !( yon (uvf 
any t|,uesi,ions, coniaci Randy at 
Es,t, 2521 



Arc you intcrc-itcd m 
advcrtiMnu your Club or 
otgjni/.iiion"' Here i» the 

infofmaiMn we mettt 

dub Name,: 

,Activiiy)'Fiinclion: 

Where; 

Coniacl: 

CMimieM*: 

Sc'Dd the ini'ormatiofi lo 
SusMin Iknic. llpctiming Edinw. 
al the Harbinger in A -1*17. 

Ptadliac h film IrMai 



Why Join the Speech Team? 



Are vou a Com mun nation* 
Fnt! h ' li'urnjli>m nid|or' 
\li\N 1 t >ul I think jN"" 



K.^OMllllk 
SlXli'l ' 

ilui) u» 

oil 11 

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tuiiuin nbateii are cifrcnrd (or 
Miin^ ilLkKiii* parlKipaiing on 
tw S|v^4 h 1 JIM 

.uii loiinidjih ni\ iiiluJi 

III li and i 2 al 

^ , 1 . , 1 I ' ' h '' 

llld < J I II 



in 1 1 In 



ConmHintiiiiiiin Ava 
Kcsidcrs 'nicaui: 

Bciiti;, a rii,i,'ntl«:r iil H.ii|ii'i 
Sfwevh Tfiim jt-n has hfficliis 
Flit in»t.,irui' ■.niili'ii'', ''i\ ''nn 
viMhlc to li>ur >t-ai uuiw r-.i!i.,- - 
they fcani tiK- 'h«.-himJ ilw si..-ik:% 



ll..r,:v- 

.:ipcn 10 all 

participams jt>- ^.:i^.. .■■:•■■: . .>r 
more infi,*maiit.in, coniavt Marcia 
l.il/enla. Du&:tor of Foutiska al 



The Hirbiiifer November !0, l*»tl» 



pag/t 



STUDENTS OFFERED A THIRD 

CULTURAL EXCURSION 



of ho.sling a toufnameni. and F:xt 2^44 



Harper students have the 
opportunity to attend The 
Sieppenwolf production ol 
Rnrhard H.^,^n^' 'Sicpptng Out" 
„!;i>, IXxcmh::r f». as l»n 
cultural cicursion 
i'ii)i:i,iimnin|! by ■Siude,nl 
X. inUK'A 

For only 115. Harper 
sitidtTiii can aticnd the comedy 
ahoiit ten Brm:«s who take a lijp 
d:mii:: class and Ihcn iierl'omi in 
„,in amateur sht:>*. Tickets fcw llw. 



puWk arc as-uaHc forSI9. 

The iickti puce in,cliidn 
nmndlrip bus iranspoaatkin and 

admisswn lo iht- show, 'Th« bus 
will leave the from ol Building A 

at <i p,m. sharp and reluming 
atiiund 1 1 p m 

Iickci- .11'- .iv.iiljhlc at the 
Bo» OIIki: oil a Tiivt lOme. first 
served hasis. 

For more mltirroaiion aboul 
ihcM events ca,ll ^<>7-HMX). E»i. 
2547. 



Women's Program Seminars 



The Harper College 

Women's Program is olTenng 
mote all day seminars twi variotjs 
lopm The luilion for CJih 
scniinar is S25 which iricluJe\ 
lunch. 

"l.eaderthtp Skills: 
luflurncing »lth Inlegrity" 
will he led hy Barbara Schwiclen. 
a Harp»T insirufWf, cm .Saiunljiy. 
Novemixt 12. from * a.m. - J in 
D-210, 

The seminar is designed (or 
ihose considcnng or cum-nlly 
involved wilh a Icatler-hip tolc as 
a paieni, m«n»gcr m in puWic 
service. Participants will discover 
Ihcy dynamics of effective 
leadership and teadership siylr. 

The Cinirm Nombrr i* 
I, WW 0.10. 

" Dee bion -Maklni " w > ) 1 
be led by Louise Schrank. .i 
Women s Prognm insiratlor. on 
Tuesday. Nove,mher 2<t, (rem 9 
am - '' ['I III in A 2 J.' 

Tlic utoik-liop vhiil locus on 
(he 'postttve, logic«l approaci) ■<> 



making and implementing 

ikxtatiav. 

The Count Number U 
I l.M()»l-OOI. 

"I ntttrilaodlng Ihe 
Men in Your Life" will be 
conducted by Audrey Inbody. 
Harper counselor, and her 
husband Dr Noah Inhody. 
prufesKT and educatioo counsekir 
al Norlhejisiern University on 
Saturday, tkxcmhei 1. in A 242 

The workshop will e»aminc 
the haimc and current inlluences 
vk'hich dcliiK- niawuliniiv, the 
problems and ^Ul:^^c^ ol being 
male in today's w'orld, and how' 
this affects rnale-Jcmalc 
relaiKmsJiips 

The CouriK Number is 
IA.W0V4. 

To register for any «(' these 
seminars, call the Coniinuinf' 
fulucation OI"(.ce al 'I'J^.kkki. 
Fsl .■'JIC 'I'll av^iirc lorreci 
regiviiaiion. please give the 
ctniiK numba. 



COMING 
SOON 

Fall 19»g 
Offerings 

mmkJULiMJkuUmMmiMmmm 

10 Career Iniercisi Tcsling 
f>in I 

<) II am. AM7 

free Mini •••Concert- - 
Ian Wei-Tsu and the Art of 
Chinese Zheng 
12 IS p.m.PiOS 

1 1 Theane- 

"Thc Scirvanl of Two 

Ma.stcrs" 

K p,m,. J 14,? 

11 Last Diy for Wilbilrawal!( 
(OfTiceckiMtainoon) 

Thawrc- 

"The Servant of Two 

Masile.r»" 
8 p.m.. (143 

$3&$5 



HARPER STUDY 
TOUR IN GREECE 



,A ■• . 1U1S4: ol the 

(Sreek ,,...■„:.. .uid Turkey 
hmh lights a siimrarr sltidy tour 
s'lKinsored by Harpcrr College 
ihc liMif, lime 16 through July 
I. V>M: alvo includes a week 
tminng mainland Cinwe. 

"f'otif COS! of S 2 1(10 intludiis 
round -trip airfare irom Chii:]igo, 
Kiunflg. hoicls. most mcalt, and 
leciufi!* on Greek history and 
culture .Among sues to he 



visited are Athens, Delphi. 
Mycenae. Olyropia. Rhodes. 
(.'"rcfe. I'aimos. Ephcsijs, aitd 
Istanbul .Sludenis may earn 
eol'lcgc credit m hum,an!t,ies. 

An informalional meeling 
will lie sc-hiidu,led during January, 
To obtain brixhures, and further 
information, contact Martha 
Simonsen, m the Liberal Ans 
(')fl"'ii.e or call F,st. 22,85. 



Hunger Walk 



M) Sumh 
t'pcfrm: i , 



KtriW' 



r i.Lri>ci ': I'UU'i' {s,'H,:iicicr drive 

Walker', will mecl at 'the 
l'l.,i:i;p«''tc in Inini of A Budding al 
noon Two nips wilt be taken m 
ab<->ul one hour, icwalling four 
miles If, ,howcvcr, walkers are 



only able to m,iike one irip. there' 
Is t«;i problem -just do whiiievw 
you can 'lo help! 

Anvoni- "Walkiru! (or 

'" Sv-l 

umc 

Joiiaoc'ii oi a st:t .iiiiouin Uh cat.'h 

.jiiarter mile All doi'iatmns will 

' lo CKfam and MA.NNA. 

'- to help relieve hunger 

.ill >,ivt'i the world 

If you need either pledge 
sheets or mO're infortnalion 
contjtt CX'nnis Darby m Paula 
Tahor at Eil. 2*»8I. or if no 
answer Est 2242 



l^ Theamc- 

"The Servant of Two 

Masiers" 
2:Wpm.,il43 

i,? & S5 

14 Magician Bob Gamer 

1 2 mvon. BIdg. A Lounge 
FKEE! 

Worltl Hunfcr 

,AwiireiW'Sii Week 
Inlcrmauon Booth 

"> a.m. - } p.m.. A lobby 

15 World Hunger 
Awareness Week 

Third Worl.1 Meal 
1 1 am, 1:30 p.m., 

tafeletiii 

Caitw fnleicsl Testing 

Part 2 

6 - « p.m., A347 

16 Blood Drive 
8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. 
A242 

World Hunger 
Awarenrst Week 

Hungci Walk 

M«l ill flagrxile at nmn 

Sctf-Esteem: Whal Mi • 
Hiw TXicsOneC'ictU'-' 
*l.!i am , 1117 

17 CliPEiami 
8;30a.m.. A14K 

World Hunitr 
Awareness Week 

Special Evem (or Hunger 

donations 

10 a.m.-2 p.m.. A fireplace 

IX OEDtsam 
'P.:irl I 
t p ni , I Klfi 

Theaire 

"The Servant of Two 
Master's" 
H pm , JI4* 
i1& 'S5 

1<» CLEP f',v.ims, 
8:30 a, ni. A14K 

Dinner AtraliT-- 
6 p.m.. Dinner in the 
timing Rot«n (BIdg.. A) 
8 p.m.. Play in J 143 



m 




Slmdenl ptrmmils iifi u> 5 (in#i 
a'* FMEE Studeitt nen 
canmrn.ial Ads are $1 itp kt ft 

timet N.t>»- ttlldem riimmer'.iai 

au:hmWI Hm 

BW.Am.tSW. FOR PI II It - 
CATIONS \«E IH1I>*V 
mi OR TO HHIICA- 

TION. 






rlBL? 
YJAmED 

paht-time 

Small oHic* in Arlington 
Hctfjhts na«ds r«sponsit>le 
person (or light assembly, 
packing A shipping (most 
undtr tStbSj 15 20 hrs 
p«r wmk. Hours and days 
art flexible. 98i 8S25. 
A »K tor Susan or Bella. 

MANAGER TRAINEE 

P/T Sales, phone No 

experience necessary- 
Company tfaining, car nee. 
Start immediately, (lex 
•ciMflul*. bonus, benefits 

md advaneamem. stZSO. 
paf month F/T. $625. a 
month P T Moonlighters 

Welcome Ca« 699 2323 

______ 

Earn quick cash $150.^ 
250, per wk 15-25 hrs. 
Piiia delivery. Oomtnos 
Pli,ia, 450 East Dundee 
Rd.. Palatine. Call atier 
4;30p.m. 9 359- 4200'. 

OPPOHTUNITV IN THE 

TRAVEL INDUSTRY ' 
The #1 college tour 
operator is looking tor an 
etticient, responsible, and 
organized campus 
rapnsentalive to market a 
Spring Bftak Tnp on 
campus. Earn tree inps. 
and goo<l commissions: while 
earning great business 
experience For inofe 
inlormation call l-BOO- 
199 ■■430-0. 

WET AIL SALES 

P.'T help wanted. tO-20 

hrs p«r week at retail 
clothing store called 
Shapes Foi River Plaia. 
Airport Rd , Elgin, Call 
697 5666. ask for C^andy 
or Am'Y 

DRIVERS WANtio 
Earn 18.-12, ,an hour 
imm'ediate oppenlngs. 
(■leti^ble hours Dominos 
Piita, 2 ■locations tn 
Palatini!) 705-8404 g 
359-4,200 after 4p,m 

ATTENDANT 

Valet paikiBQ ,' co^ai room 
attendant *ork at suburbs 
Ri.ost prestigious 
restaurants end nightclubs. 
must have vaitd drivers 
lice^nse. VALET CHICAGO & 
228 1315 

PART-TIME 

Counter sales position now 
open, flexible hrs.. good 
pay,. Calf Theresa 9 453- 



INVEhfTORY 
PART-TIME 

R.G.S Inventory 

Specialists Great lor 
students. 30-S- hrs. per 
month, earty am/pm and 
wknds. available 

Transportation and phone 
reqd. $5 25 an hour, call 
Jim M-F ® 351 8780 
E'O Employment 

FULL-TIME 

Store Manager Trainee. 
Of eat starling position tor 
service oriented people 

13 18K starting Call 
Theresa @ 453 4500 

STOCK SALES 

PART TIME 

For Barrmgton clothing 

store. Energetic. flex^iWe 
schedule. Some weekends 
rqd 381 1282. Phillips 
Mens Wear. 

MODELS NEEDED 
Models needed for fashion 
shows and print work 
$50 too. hrty We 
counsel beginners State 
licensed talent agency 
Spencer Studios Open noon 
to 5p.m.. closed Sunday 
815 455-^5595 

SEAMSTRESS 

Alteration, work room 

Mason Sewing Service 

Palatine, 359-4696 
_____ 

eves, EducaltO'naf StnrcM. 
no experience necessary 
$,6. hr. Call Steve # 576 
0709 days. Schaumburg. 

GOVERNM6MTXIBS 
$16.O40-$59.23O''yr 

Now Hiring. Call (1)805^ 
687-6000 Ext. n-1053 
for current federal list 

SPRING BREAK 
To^uf Pfomoiej Escort. 
Energetic p«r:iion.i,U'F)., to 
take sign,ups for out 
FLORIDA and/or SOUTH 
PADRE lours. We ■turnish 
all materials for a 
successful prom'Olion. Good 
PAY and FUN, Call CAMPUS 
MARKETING at t-800- 
T77-2270 

PART^TIME 

$8,90 an liour, Maltoftal 
chain has ©■■penings in all 
areas aliiiaied with 
marketing, m^gnt,. trainees, 
servee and order wo^fk. NO 
EXP, NEC Can work into 
lull- time. Call 882- 
6013 

SECURITY GUARD 
Openings with SPECIAL 

OPERATIONS ASSOCIATES 
Starting pay $5 and up An 

weekend hrs available 
Contact Jctt ot Jerry (g) 
561 8181, In Melrose 
Park 



SfivioH:; 



CHIUD CARE 

Loving child care providers 

needed to live in with 

Naperville. Illinois area 
larailies. Exc. salary, 
benefits, travel Call 
collect, Naperville Nannies, 

INC. © 357-0808. 

LONELY NEED A DATE' 
Write Datetime. 617 North 
State Street. Suite 103. 
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The HarblngiT Novcalwr 10. IWi 



pace II 



88-89 Men's Basketball Preview 



M\ Lou Nunri 
MjIT Wriler 

.riymic were li:> ask. Head 
" . Hj\lieiha>r Ciwc-h Bill 
IVobs,! ahiut l:i>^i '«•;!«:«. hc-'d' lell 
you IJ tJidntcuM. 

"ll *m a nightimuc, the 
pisiyen didm'i have iiny nmtq* o( 

~ ■■' man *f™< or n ha«L 

' ll and Ihry ttidn I have 
-.. .. .('omibilily la dealing will) 
mcir ticiiilciiw: |«f«*lcmi, I (km'i 
K.im in fcmemlwi tl," Piohsi 
... I imnifnt.-. 

In t.i.L!.. «.nuld »ii.yon« wini 
itilwr J »ea.K>n tn wftith 
m.aii> rosier mtm twcjitic 
-I » p) iii.e <e'iws<fi tweak. A« thai 
liiBC, Itk- Hiiwks were "S-IO. and 
hy W9t«i>it'<t end the Hawks war 
imly Mc II) wtn (BK- tjuj «rf tlicir 
last 14 games The* ftni-ihed Ihr 
ve.»r *ii..h .1 f. M rf..«mt; 2-i: in 
the N.4(.,' luf a "'i.h place t«ii«h,, 
vuiiiliujimg »<th a fi5-M kiu M 
t.:.l(fin in tlif IirM rouml of ilMf 
ii'lion l£>unianu-ni. "If we Iwd. 
.itrecned (.nil. «e woulil h»*e 
■man " [•tohtf. wx-allcd. 

Tkw atamM. Ihf Ha*ln arc 

'■•■a*l» and .ragi'r In gfi Ml t.i .< 

■ Ml iUin. Wild liuir iTlijfn.r,.-., 



rt' (■' 



man... i- in the 
lin.ilf .i^'al(^■.l 



Tfilfiii 

\i..-*i. .iim.,'t.. rhi-. ii.:.ir .11,; 
Sophmmvii- Dave LaBonic Iriim 
I;lk Ginvc:; Freshmen .Stoll 
Shf.pln^kv from Hol'fwan 
(■•aaics. .Ii'hri Towmend from 
Kan4.!l|:*. Iiuliana. Chad Ht:'i 
I'rom Bui.kley. Itlmois. Ik 
Pciruliikis Ifoiij Shcr*!'. . 
^tjiryland, ftmald Pierctr (nwi 
Harvey;, Slc»« Haynie from 
Jacksonville, tllinois; Jason 
»rex4s Irvim WhtTlmg,; aal Steve 
.lacbsik (ami Tinley I'afk 

One ih.ing thai vould be a 
plus liir the Hawks this year is 
the iuttess thai the ixcwcomers 
hring to the proi;ran<, !ih.>pm.4y 
was I pivoul force in leading 
Hoffman l=%iaie> to its fmi ever 



Mid Suhijrhan 
Hivun'in I'M If 

detVii-. 

tieli.' 



t.ciigtie Soiitli 
"Hi'"* a f«!Nl 

.im LiiTM' (r<«ia 
•vtll delinilely 



ijiUe 
■ V itie 

^.li"li,;i"..i ., '■'..■r,.-li^i; laif in >n 
hisi..i> iiHH' ■, t li>i o( iNC,.\.,.\i 
t'>i visum i lal'ii!' ' . .-■■. *i!t 

be very su'onj; i 

Retufiiiiig u... ..K .i^^K^jti.- 
6'2* guard Travis Perry from 
Glen riKn. Illinois; ftT" luartt 
:'i".:.tn a(w from (jlen 
' '.-."V 6'0" guard JaiiH-% 
Duyle liiim fort Cainphell, 
K.i>ni<.K'kv. .iinti ft Hi" ri-nier Iiv 



Irorn pmit programs with no 

i.-.,t ii.n,,i : h.-v •.- ,, hunch of 

-..:«., "Pi'ohst 

i \ 1 1 . LtTi ali 

■^-s*.' fii.''' ,s.nntt 

a ga.mc m hi>, laM. 1 1 games. 
Piwsi pui kipiher a W |>t.>mi. I*! 



''■'•""' ihal 

'.■>"' 'inh Inier.'. 

<.""'i' iii'in Fast 

i'|-iM.>:. jnd INS A Kcgioiul 
' '•' j:"!'i.'.r'!\hips tiefdtc Ixnunn 
■;ULi! ^.UU" runner np 
i Mn>. i». IV SjL'vaikl 
I nil I I '. i.ilcrii:m in 

ItK *' ''.lis.* Fie's 

a giHH, ...,,.,. i.-n.:.' (.,i..'ni. If he 
plays deli-nse. he .ijn help us.." 
Croh^l n-piicd 

..i..kl/ak pLiu-il nn a Tirilcy 
i'jik icaiti llljl ■*.!> ra.(.iki-J m and 
ariHinii ihc Tup ;s m ilie 
f'hicagolaiHl Aica l..j\i vear. 
*hKh fcalured one of itie lop 
players in Ihe siaie, Chns 
r> it lard. ri..'.-. . . ■. ..tic 

"Hc\ a fur. n( 

'''■■■'■ ' .11 10 ncJp 

f»rol«l 

- •- ■. , .-n .{•roNfi 

lasi leam ai Si Vtaliw <n l'W7 
iti.a.t won lU first cvei IHS..A 
Rcgroiial rule hy ticattnti 
Rotlmg Meadows i'»liii!i then 
featured a tcmer b , .1 

Joe Patsif "Some 1.1 ii . .- .yii 

wani to play, hui lit hj., .. i..i ol 
.talent," Pfobst answiTi-J 



Hull tomes from ii ["onira! 

nimots pfM^Tani run b\ a lomu-r 

T playei, ^F'aiil 

I flat lias 111,: tame 

■■i^u'm tnai Ptohsi uses "He's 

K'en (he stimmgcii *ia.r., the 

hnghiesi hope, the mosi 

encouraging player so far He's a 

BOO..! player, he will k' a slaner." 

."le.f l'ri*M luwnsenij 

■ Iroin .J vfusil in .SoiJihcrn 

Indiana where there s a nth 

haskethall Iradition. "He s a goo,J 

shixMer. a good hard nosed' knl 

who will he a hig help,'" Pn.hsi 

said. 

Anotfiw newcomer will he 
is»is.lMi eoat^h Lou Bcncdetlo. 
who comes to Harper after 
ioat:hmg for ihc pa.sl lh.rce years 
at Lake Park High SchiNil in 
Riisalle which is in the Upstate 
E.i,ght ConlerciK-e. M.a»y ctpens 
call this i.ti.e lought-sl traguf in 
the stale The ("onlerem, c fias 
been lepresenicvl in ihe Siaie 
Finals each iif tfic last two years 
hy Aurora l::::iisMlWK'l.«nd Elgin 
*, l«HT) and fcjilurts two H..'i"-.' 
Fame caache* Aaiora v. 
Gority K.crk.m.an .and St. ( i,j>i_ 

Run Ji.fuKtin, Ii's pretty tough 

all n,|(hi |okiu,jtly adinincd 
BenedcUD. 

B.eiieilctio rep I at es Ken 
Ruud. wile »»|ned in oid'tf ii> 
take caic at km wile, who liad 
majix surgery. 

Its like a iKw ej[iciK-nvc. 



mth the diHerenl tonipetilion, 

aifleieni ^y^len^■i .AI! the kids on 
the team are tii,(;er 10 pLn , work 
hard- They ask l|ueMlon^. ihev 
want » karn. 1 dtm'i know ahtml 
Ihe level of comjK-lilion on the 
Junior College level yei. hut by 
and large, wt; have a hunch of 
good hard W'orkmg kids " 
HemAtn.) sa.id 

n>e players generally IccI 
that the Hawks keys ui success 
will he [wo things having 
sophomoif lejtikrrship ami playing 
logeihcr as i u;am. f-reshman 
tkinald Pierce said. " It'll he up to 
the Sophomores, Passi and 
Travis, all the gang, they know 
the ga.me. Ihey need to show 
leadership. " .Sophomore Joe Passi 
swted.'We're gomp 10 have to 
playasaica,m. 

All of Harper's pre-season 
questions will he answered in the 
veason oix-ncr loriighl. wfien the 
Hawks travel to Citrro ai 7 p.m 
It! f,ii:c Modoi. •■■ ■■ 

Mttriun ( -...lied at 



huik'h of iiKoming frcshmiin. ami 
Cooth PrtilHi gelling atljusted Ui 
Iiini.or Ciilltsc uKithing. the 
llawkx Will (.0 hy ific old adage 
ol Howard Jones top len hii wng 
m the spring ol 8^. "'Thmgs can 
onlv get better." 




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HOW HiniHQ 




Now hirmg att poiittons Coolt.|t., 
labia- bauors. ho4ts, waitwi/ 
wai1rffl»!Mis, and bartaodnts 
e»:e»ll*0l b»n«l(tB 2220 Bafrin.fl l p f . 
Bd. tn Hcf'fmafi Eslatct 

*»*t¥ WftfMON mow TMUBS 2 (10 i M 

rm « onEAi puci to wont* 

1*0 PLACE ELSf IS 






BE A CALORIE 
BURNING MACHINE. 

liM()nthSludentSpenal-$lS9 

l.ilsi ' ' iiif MjfNT low suidi-ni ^(*vul 

Oiih si ->-■ i;i'i-. .lilt ixTsiiii ii nmitihx ot tiiiust 

Wiiltl ttn iiiilulH"! ttrs ,.r nmiilliK diirv reiiuin'd 

ijlll Jutla* lor a loiiiplmii'iitan workoiil 



fmluring 

• Full Macltlne OrcuiLs of 
\»iiiilus a Eagle Cyht-x 

• Frt'f »elRhi.% 

• GimpuU'ri/fd EvtTCis*- Bikes. 

• ( jtrdhna-scular tvaluain»n.N 

• aerobic 1.1m Impact, and 
Lvems*' (llissi's 

•Water Kiihii (.la.ss*'s 

• VulriiKiiial and Crrsoiiali/cd 

Uorkiiui ProKrams 

• Tennis (liitias 
•Swiinmidtt 

• Taiiriinf! fk>ds 

• Nil Losi Surserv .Semce 

• Fiint-ss .\ssessnii-nl TtM 
Adminisiered B\ hMnist- 
Phvsn ill mist 



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KMHI 1; ViiMKllicId Kd 

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Tlie llnrlimfrr November Iffl. IWH 



Sports 

Hawks Freeze Moraine: Advance to championship 



Rv S»«i<l* Sthntrart 
si»n Wrtur 

Ttic gkxMiiy. ver> Cug"! 
iifleni«» wnicd oul lo tw uikir 
fii,aile for ilii- Hnwlts a* ihey 
clawed the vismng Momnt 
Villry Maratnten K-t>. 

TJie tail hum; il**-*'" '*" 



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a (1,1(1 tittii MiMume Valley *hcn 



IjftfftKC i'.\"OVMCt( te tall ill (he 
MarJUil^■r^' W 

I.. I ,. *■'■'■*■. 

rcjfHmJiiv^, *.iii .< '^ ..ml run on 
the dm pi;iv t>f ^tnn:i,tiW|». 

l.itKhattcr l-ru: H;..<itir.n ., 

ir.:^hmtn (lOfii 
lii.■!.•bl^ "....!..■ !)■. 



CalhoU'ii stiuItMi hi< ^lu" in Ilk' 
(hird tiuarift tunnmt: u(' Ku- 

middle uitlo«it:ted fi* a 1- 'u'll 
ii:m:.hA:>w'n ift make ii *-i < > 

M.ir.,iin- \'a\\c\ ni,n..u-. >l I" 



WAe Tina (limMcd a littoH'^ tor 7: yard* 



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ihc «a)«l lliltf cimpk'liri,,: 



reiiirn aii'd Hiirper's Man 



Happy to 

Say Hello 



Backup lailtack Laimiiii 



umi'tiiiiul'',: 
.('(Kinuniiy i- 
CoIj tow I N"^«' 




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rcpreseni.(tiv'f .>■ 

RirM-moflt CrUatt EspoCciHcr. Roscinont. IL 



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Volleyball Season Ends 



II)' CfUr S<i'bj 

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iftj : .-.(iiiit ariil 'i'n\ 

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• i (..fward 10 ha»iri|F him 
V 41111 in in: wriiinii arin !i 
ja(>c.'« 

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'.i! Sandy 
.J....,..,. '"•'' *'■'•' 

ihc help i' 
ihc H.:ii' 

I'lmlKte'i"" • ''i"* 

Ihc <ixrts '. ■ 

Yi'w may 4»k yiMistK '*liy I 
.m i,li'>in)( <pr>rt< I •*"> a'» '»*"«' 



culniinaurijs a^ i 

senior year 

I hofK to IWII'H.' 
ciwerige of all Hari'^. i . 
the ptfKt. 1 feci itui 'Mill'.' ilii'i .1^ 
ihe college pjpe't. it sh.'iutd 
CJiclu-iively bniiji. m full Isghi, 
the tpo't'is and .iihlcie<. of the 
college. I intend ui Ai jU'Sl that 



Big GameOutloook 



By Sandy SaHitiire 

>Uff Mrirtcr „ , 

\K -Ii .. ii-.K'- ilie Harper Mliwli 'fi»rts(ll »■» *J't P"«y •»:*««' 
i\d'af< CIit|nini«s itirlJie Ee|ji«' 'Ctaoipwiship 

: ... ■ ■ lime lu hmg out WW'C nnjlir 'ptase* ''<* ttw Hi.ii*'k'' 

,,. .:!,.■,, : I', I ..I. .. > hallle for Ihc vtaimpn'W-*!?. 

I' i|.iMrt«haL'l. .''Vl Siiyclt'i (H-: irrf »'^.lpih.'se^ titt n>> '...Hi.!- > 
.. n. i"w .' .1(1.1 iti.i.' .'I'-'iliH ii- 1, arry die f'liWkk W ih-.' Kt • •.'!-• 
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: . 'K., arc "..vi'ihoui tlicir mam *'■ » """ ""■''■''-■•'" n'''"'"^''"'"" *li" 
!'.ir.tlk' remainiiii; »M»'i 
..ii he call gci ilif tusk ..«'. 
'..i Moraine v.iiw-y 

11 t..' O LK nuarti-rteiCiiri \' 
liiic mill ihc datti-er .few. ih: 
VVi' 
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KCOREBOARnillllllSCHEDULE 



von iMwii 

W'ri.i,'/i( cvi-r Harper. 
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iifc//, . ' •■ Harptr; 

2 " / .*• . '' "^ 

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tfarprr mer Mordini' Wtllev. 



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DuPage at Harper 

StUimlm Ntm. 12, ipm. 
&A.SKETBAI 1 

Harper at M*'>rt<>n 

Thiirsdav S'ov 10. 7pm 
WRI-:STi.lNr. 

.AttUimn Opt'H Muh 

,V,iiiir'../,r.' V"i /:, hhvn 
CROSS cot ^ IK'\' 

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BHSKiJBfll i iia.M£ 

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a.v.-piiri)! up m t> ti.Mlll'- 

IIA'l'l-.S l,')cc-.6 ihru [■eb.2l 

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111 |H,T'si'>n braclcl 
1(,U kN.\Ml-,M mn. Sal- Dec, 17 

1 IMI- I" 1 

j'lACi r.K'iiucihuH courts: \1 Bids:. 
PRI/i'S Ui.2iid.,^rd.4th pl.icf. 

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WilliiiiB Kaine) lljrpcr C wllrit 
ftlaliar, llliiiflit 



llie Harbiiig«r 



N»*mHM>r 17. HiR 



$40 stolen from 
Student Activities 



*} .Mr FrttliM 
\rm* Edttnr 

A Htrpa MMiiem •ill h«: 
i.'iod hfliirr tV, 8«imc Henry, 
■•■ifo prcsinkiit o( utiOoni affatrs. 
or itie Snidem Conduci 
CoimiiHtlee tm violmng ihc 

illKkMCdlMllltlCMlc, 

He B liciii« chtrgeil wuh 

.iitolmj! S4i> (nun die .Sitiileiil 
AA-tivii,c\' pool fuiidii o« 
NovcniN;r 4 

"On Nuvcinhcf y m 
5:,22p„iii, PiiblK Stftly wmi 
CMttcted l>> i»o siii4eni 
twitilovrcs of I he Stutlciii 
i office wlwi «iuceil ilM 
■' - ■ . Mh hal twen tait-ii (n:m 
■ (KUy v«ih ftca 111 itir .Simk-iii 
Afii»itK3 Olficc. The hn h«1 
ipiMfciiHy been .left aiuilriKleii 
(i« M km mimitct." iai(l Ktvin 

Kmg. MfKrviM <]( (MllllK ailcty. 



"Fhe iiiiitcni wioikcrs tad 
jwovukJ PuMic Safeiy with ike 
lurnc of Uie ttuper tiwfeni they 
M,Kf>ivicd tiail ulten tlir money.'" 
ialdal King. 

Ac cor J mj: it,,- 

sludeni »i,Imi,,., „ ,,,. h<* 
invtitvemciit m the rhiii »hcn 
PU.M11C Safely cifficfr-, l<x.an'd aitd 
ijueit«'if!e*l him 

"The 5.H 1 1» .f. rr,, .ivcred Ifcni 
llv ^tiiilcr- ' - 

"^' ' ■referwlni 

'•'*■ Vice ■ t Siudcm 

Affjjrs ,, :.,. ^„f, 

Itiov.swfh.,, ...I- ri,.i,.j.a «,\.ii<-ge 
St«le«i Cmducl rmle. The M.me 
of *e Nuikni wspectal is beiM 
wntiheld bccjUM; the c«te is atiu 
fwndmg before ihc SltidcH 
(."ondutt Co«in,ittce.' added 
King. 



A^v..r(J.«^; 10 itK Hail'.-- 
.SlKk:fiULtl>Jlx»*tl* l<»f|.K i«Jhv 
ihe .Mudcm •.il) inform iho V wt 
I'lmdeni fji Suident AJl.ur» in 

'*ritrn({ a.i <») wtimii he elcscB i>i 

i-n-.hKi ihf hririnii wifljin fi«- 

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II t( ri.i. •'.,: 

Illc studeni ', 

V CHI'e 0( i i.'*H!Ut. I i,.n.;' VkC 

Presideitl of SniiA;m ,Afl.i,irs n 
antliori/ed 10 plave a wtiiich 
reiiriiiund, msfiend or enpel i,he 
*tij*W from milrp: or proj-iams. 
md/or liar ^imn ihc" 

smdenl fwrr. . ,;,„ ,„ ,h(. 

eci(leg€ *tiiui I Ik- H.iiiJh(«>k alM> 



I3t Boimif Hairy added, "It 

ipenall}') *|ie:iid.i on die evidence 
dial ii piesenied " 




A ..ud«M«,ks m,<> u^ A„ K.ac. ,„ „f i,h, low hr,Kto „f u,e 

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Employment Fair 1988 "a great success!": 
59 Representatives offer jobs 

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■Iciji- hclfi ti.» iBsirver 

•cm Fi,i« |<J«M" m m 

^ between 

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lIM,|»tr KCmfWlhr uH 

to \IiMl.'nl.s j.nt.l ; : , .1.UMII 

:u"il,.cs,. iniCtMllllfl., 

' ()i«.'Mbiliij«,i,. Otri* 

■'"■ •< .)oh Pljcemcni 

-laliq IB ih« (."(.illcgc 

'".licmcui. Office, »■* a simmmw 

111 iJie fair, 

"Tile fur »a!i a gieni sueccss! 
Wc *ere. able 10 (tl a laige 
numlier of big- name compsimes 
fiwji niaity different field* and 
iec:K»s *l» had a want'iy of jotw. 
10 offer. In itddilMwi. ihey *efe 
al«> *i!!;ni; in tall 10 Madenw 
" '■ ' *ho are not 

-ifchmg,. ahiiui 
iheir (>*ti xompiouei, their .fields, 
and 'ftttare job oppitrtuniiies," 






.aid Kima. 

"Wc Itit lltol in [«miinf> the 
I:,in.pl«ymeni f^ii i<igeiln-r' [»o 
wsedx ki.) hi K- .^t.f.,-.... I 1 ,,., 
the I..1 

CiHUfl.i' ' ' 

»d, wciikl i,lie nx| !«>«,:« of "iJie 
stiidenn I... -.imiilify the |oh 
scmt, . , , .., ,0 hiji.namc 
«>»{>.• .■*ia.in t.iirrcf 

infdmuiiKn 

*By iJic large turnoui of 
ilndenu and it,ud«;iil.*. the fIio«,.id 
of Mnueiis for rc.n!r»'«J spiKes by 
coiii.(iin.ie:s otter thin thnse vk'ho 
aik:nded <7() more rcqnots' 1. .mhI 
the rei|uesn fur j luiurc 
eniploytneni Ltf ' ,, !,ium-,l Kr.tn/ 
■"we *fic suti.,'-.,,ful Hi AUicxMng 
the ctmcems (t( all," Anyooe »h,i 
aticwlal ilie l-air or happriK-d 10 
««• walking through Building A 
m NovcnihtT <>. tan atlest 10 dui 
fact. 

I'hc buikl<n(! wa!iCTO*d*ll'by 
SKI- I.IXI) Muilcnki and residuiia,, 
m well a, the W.//.ard of torn- 
pmf ie['ri-,cni..tive(. Corptiraie 



funts. iiith a* .Kraft. Iik 
A.f*bi,iii l.alwr;ilon.c\. Mmornla. 
Pruile ni I jl . ComiTu™ t, cill h 
1 .<■•.-. ".-incywcll. Household 
■rihroij. "ltd A T.A'l 

'■ ■....-l■|^ imr.r,.i..,^ Hvall 

Hcgrncy W ..iiMmk 

PuWictUon- . ^ liiiM. 

AIen,;m Hd.ihcrv Mcftmald's' 
<'i.irp..:ir.iii.,.f,, Ttic HamilKw. 
Cald*fll Banket, md all foui 
br»nches of i.he milnarv 

IXIItKItllMl. 

'Because iIik »i., ui. r,r..| 
lime we've iiieiiii.ii-il ,uih an 
eu-ni, %t i.rie.,t 10 keep ii small 
W e mvtird imly kfcal companies, 
tliotie who had joh» 10 offer. 
iJKne who id*enis(! on oui ,ob 
hoard m A Ml. md diose who 
»upjx,>rt the Harper Collcfe 
FoundiitMw." csplainal Knin/.. 

"To be honest, we w^ere 
itir|in:sed »»y the ii„ritber of ii* 
«ekers and iheii level of 
•d.iicmion. Many had «ts triced 
lirgiteii." 

tlie only itualMclE 10 die tar 



*■■''■ Lhr uming. Held during die 
raiiUle .<f ili,' fall seriKacr , many 
sill. km-. >,.,,■ I e mil n-jidy 10 begin 

.»<*■. A>,'tori.,lmg 10 Kran,/. * Hie 

[-.nifilovmeni t-air is helicr-sui'led 
'or dM spring «-nie»lcr, Sludenis 
fradiii.i,e or can aa;epi sumnwr 
employ nifiti. taking full 
advantoge .-i the ritony ii.hs and 
iwemships " 

In rest>.>i«.,- u. this need 
Kr.ifi/ and (he Direi^tor of 
Placement, Rusi Mills, are 
f>lannin>> jinodier. bigger, annual 
fur for the sprmf; Su«lfnLs and 
resulenis tan lind johs and 
iniermsh.pj. while tompanieii 
kiuiie giHNl woitere an.) fill dietr 

IIM9dl<L 

"T*«« fairs rraatly ia.se a lot 
of leg woit fo. job s«'kCTs.- laid 
Krani., "ii aiMi „ficfs dK-m an 
informal way of lalkmg to 
companies and iniervu-wing 
widioui the normal biinkrn and 
[inctsufBK ol having u> go dirough 
the mmn,al process frt setting up 
mierviewi and iioing to ihe 
compiinies 10 lalk." 



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Student .A. lu m 

wilimircrnl ;•> itdp ;) 

rcpn.'- 

tei 11; 

roitiu, 

Kraii;' ri-iii.»cli-d Wo 
coulilri, 1 h.iM' (lime 11 »iih.'i.ii 
Ihcm vycrc thuikirij.; .it^.iiii 
askmw I... I'-:-., help u.plan and 
mjifl, ■ Ihe future." He 

addc.l iKrj looking for 

an\ oiJic! siuilemv or resiJents 10 
help ms-ini'e the (air It is a 
wiirihuhilc eifNfientf and a 
valuable opfsiniiriii\ m interlace 
wid) employers on a less formal 
level." 

Anyone iniere-.tt-i) in 
volunieering for llie Spring 
fimploynieni Fair, or »aniing to 
know more about the Harper 
College Placemen! Ofdie. can 
call V)7 KXK). e»t :7:(i, or 
Slop-in al the Career Planning 
and Platemcni (HlKe located ii> 
Building A U ^ 



Midebrandl Iht R.E.M "GrMn" it 

paraleo.1 prttidint: ^,„„,,. Lates album 

Faculty member heads m new 

"^^"-d president of directions 

-' '3i professional 
association 



Swtntn^f tb» huatar. 




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Victory!! Hawks slide 
past OuPao«; One 

more win for the 
team. 



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Winter preuiews 
and fall overviews 

on wrestling. 
women's basketball, 

tenn/s. and 
volleyball 

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Tht HartjiUKer Ninemher 17, I'lW 



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T1)e Fieraio Co(l«i|(t 
For Great Caiwt 
Opponuniiies In The 
Alls. Media And 
Communicatiotu 

CtrinkteCoOefraffen 
tane ptoaMU or 
ipKUMMMly in; 

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• Musk 

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• Televtswn 

• S<w«»En(»iMtnng 

• louiMliinn 

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a interw Deiip 

■ Fiction wmtnf 

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■ AitsMaMgeineM 
■MUon Italnnt 

■ MtiStcBusiiwi)) 

• UjirleuMCoinmonMtion 

■ MUcRetaiuw 
»A(iwrti«g 

• Miutatng 

■ Engiiiih 

■ liberal Eduoiton Sufcs 

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huhofcreMviiy-ilwatyot 

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tac5 and find 
youf |c* after 
yottgiadiiaie 

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TIm HarWngfr Noveimlwr 17, IMS 



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Hildebrandt 

the paralegal president 



•; M'Ic'IMIt OtirovmkI 
NanrM lUltw 

*t have •omcihiiii ini'imtMi 
•o twing ai m mliKiia,' tmmes 
Sharne riildcliraiMlt. Prendcm 
elect ot die AmffiCM' AnKiauon 
for Paialegil Edwcmon 
(AAffB). 

Break ini titio an 
or|i;ai)izal.ian mainly ccmpraed ol' 
iawycn, Hilite.'hnin4t. Ivtwlt' i 
paralitgal. run for iiwl won ihc 
iweaidcni's [laiiKin durinf the 
thincenilt national canfercncc ol 
the AsMxuucw hcl«JOcu*CT 12- 
!«>mOrlin*»nonda, 

ik«ukf (Xing an aaociaic 
profetscir at Harfcr and 
<:(M>idinaior of m Legal 
Teclianloo Piognm. HiliMiiiiidl 
is one of the fowMlinK msiiilteit 
of ilie AAIFE . aii<l tax lerved 
an ihe anaKtaWin bniiri) for tura 
yean. 

In addition tu ■itcadiiif 



aimdry committee mectingi 
Hildebrandt co-hiMed iIk Om 
neiicmil confcnncc >n Scatik 
gHhering <i(il)(ect mairnal amt 
hinng fipeuken (a Umt cvcnL. 

"I've txen alM u|»:« m ime 
capacity ot awxha and la.« yeai 
they asked mc lo run,' 
(ommmmi HilddaandL 

In ilaelf Hie AAVf Ktx 
as a dmiemiMlor ol parakfinl 
programs, upinK)ii<> and 
imovaUdtis 

T'he Aisoviauon i^ j 
cunglomcnlc at the vaiiout 
{Kirak'Ka) gri'vps ami coven 'all 
areas ot parakgal iHliicatitm." 
ixasts Hikk'tiramtl. 

Seine afi'Muic nomkcr 
graupi laciudi- Natioaal 
AMWialKin- o( Lagal AiaiKianl.% 
(NALAI. Nannnel Fcdemaom »f 
Paralegal Associatioiu (NFFAt 
and Legal Auniant maajgeis 
Asaxriaiion (LAMA). 




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A.v«x:utKm 

For «,ainple ihe Ai*\fFl;. 
aildrtsied tite 'iituatton of 
"unilofmiij o( iMt hw** - m ihi- 
T0'« everyrme was Aunt itifii 
own thinft " 

"It lihe tilui>(i> 
gelling .:>ut o( hjnU. >uiii~ 
Hililrbranife.. 'I (cti it *» time to 
run: we're moving mm tnotlier 
dccadt." 

"We're moving into ii 
tt-chnoUtgica! age •• «* nerd m 
keep on t(if ," em.jAaii/es itx: 
prcsKlcnt ekxL 

The Harper Legal 
Tecllnokigy frofrui lus wrved. 
a.t a model (or 'programs 
establiilied ai other c»llege<i 

mlKMIW'Mll'. 

At the conlcrenfc. 
Mililehramtt prewntcd a Mininar 
on 'Teatihing Adiunct Faculty To 
Teath" hawd on the Harper 

model 

The college's program' is a 
twoYear degree including general 
education courses and ten legml 
sptt lalty ctmncs. 

Suhjtvl mailer inciiuks 'ihe 
priK'c^k and. <.ithsuini'e ol legal 
(cscarth feaiiiting problem 
>i'tlving and latr ^lu^1l^> 
ii'ititrms l-l'iltktwiindl 

rhc students 'will a)M> Ifai-n 

legal wiiiiitg and docutncni 
prr«'r>^"'ii' 



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piol>atc. income lasalion. 
roiponue and '.fuiniu-N law jikI 
tommunicy la* 

The l,i>Ml Ti'i hnoliigy 
Piogiam wav cviahliHlird at 
Harper in Uk liill ut ]tl2 

Many grailuiali'\ arc wdflting 
in area law firms and legal 
deparlmciils ol lorjKirations 
governmc-nial uniis and 
organi/ations. 

These paralegals arc 
.i%Ms'tants lo a't'lornfys whom 
Hildchnndl likens lo dental 
hygicnists, 

"In law there it always a 
iMMs and m such a situation' tile 
paralegal would step 'm 

It's like a denial hygienist 
who cleans your leelh ■ (kies ihe 
ground w'otit so vi-hen the dentisi 
comes m the Usi dvc minules. 
alt he has u> say is Mnimm that 
filling kxiks like il needs tt< he 
iiplaoed. ni need m sm ytio rie<t 

WW*'." 

Hikkhrandi sees the role of a 
paralegal as the ground breaker - 
the one who gets the' lacn after 

the lawyer hears the client's 
history 

Paralegals have an atliM 
hnnus, "Sii'ite iawytf- j'' 
I'fKfd i.hi*msclvcs out 
niiulci, [laialegals I'aii Iw mmh .i« 
a moif v:i'>si fllft'live legal 
'i!'!'"i'>'«sh. more clfuient and 
iimcal." ohsci'ves 

'>r.il>dl. 

A'. %i', I. lie I'l''' 
HildftM'.inili arms tii.'i' ..,,.;. . 



with a special code word 
Cialheiing inforniation. 
( iTgani/ing. lyrafting doeumenls, 
Inters' icwmg and lollow' -through - 
1 lall It iii> (.OD If plan." 

"One of the important 
additions to the Ibrpcr program 
has heen a seminar for law'yers 
and prat iicmg paraWgals to give 
them il'ie same compua-r skills 
our cunreni students ait kauDing.' 

The AAt'PB conference 
Paralegal Education: Matching 
TrKlilion and New Tcchmilogy' 
also featured a number of 
seminars on the use of computers 
in legal w'ork.. 

As president clett of the 
'*'*'>£.' HiWebrandt will be 
rcsponsiule for membership this 
year 'I hope loi more 
mcmhership than ever! " 

She will assume the 
presidency at the 84 naliimal 
ionlcrcncc in St, Louis Under 
her kadership, Hildebrandt hopes 
10 finil "the best ol the newest - 
I'm esciicd about gathering 
u:tgelher''" 

Taking on this presid<;ncy is 
a three -year job mid taket ■ 
iremetKfcMis amount of energy . 

- i. Hilil<-f>r.mdi IS on a 
■ iiiijl If. .in Hardier 
1' ■ lull iniH- lo the 

■\ 

...:i'riiuiuin on the 

Harper program or ahout an 

.uliiiissinn txifkrt to the pmgram. 

' -'ncgf Admissions 

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every comer of 'ilk* t.i .S 

The Am-rncan Heart 
AssiK-iation says youi health 
nHild be .u; suikc if voii iliii'i i i,iti- 

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(■'ommon sense tells us lo 
hundle up when ii's bltsiery 
iHitside That m-Miis t1rr*Mrij,; 
from Itr feet up, in.. Imlmi,; sdui 
tral. 

A hat or scarf around your 
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11. lU'c I yiiur ears and hands. 
iiKi Miiio ihrv arc particularly 

.ii'.i'..-|"niMi* 11. lrlp^ltl(tc. 

^ i>u inav fciiicmberlhal as a 

ctuid you had to pile layer upon 

layer of clothing on before 

plaving m 'the snow SiK'b dress 

.itfiiided lillle lii'fdum ol 

imncrncnt during snuwhall 

'■ iifsk-igh ndes. 

i.l,:iv Sighiwcight, well- 

,.■' : .KM ci' wear is 

in, I ,niiit.>n.ihlc for 

.' ,l^ vmi 

».iiiii air. 
i>uuk».'wcx€a'i.« 
[irogram can tw mainuiincd durmg 
ihi- aiiiut il you dress propcriy 
an..! pay allcniion m weather 
ciindiUtms 

Stay inlormed ol weather 
lorccasls and travel reports, 
tsposurc to icy winds, snow, 
frec/ing rain and cold 
temperatures steals your body's 
heal 

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Jl %# U I' %M. A ^ kJ The ilardiiiicr Novcaber 17, IWll 

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HeaWi Cora^T 



Tl'RKEY.ii, 
!■ l,I-*i«li Uutiih 

Kiril Ihai gcu ^tutlfil iiri 
Ttoiksgiving. 

2, (itenosifiiOTs'i 

Vhimb btti tlwi leti ttiiried tin 

I'.'iijiiri-*, ffe / Wa*r 1(1 Oto 

Mwe me « fe* tii)^ nn h(>» 
noi to %UtH >ntir».rlt |iii,> ,» 
Thunksp ■! mg Ujjki> 

■ l,->onl "siiTu'" lirujl Jirmcf 
t»i 1 light lireaklajit wtl, IwCtirt 
ihe m'inn meal, ikink n it:i* 
ca.ls)Hi" hfvfFU(!r 111 tup of 
touiikw lo ukc the cilst: n(( }<.vt 
apiKtilc. 

• While wak'hmf (iwiWl 
mi TV, iKfupy yi^ui' hiirnji wirti 
kwilmt. playing jaimc* wiili 
family nicmltcri, «c. iiMcad of 
aiackjog, 

• l( )f(tu mtiM mack. e«l 
(tMMli' llM lajie unw! to eat, Mich 
as an (irangf thai ha* w he 
ptseled. nuB thai mini he nhelleil. 
olhec (mils and vfjetirivlct, ot 
'HfenllCKl: ptifxarn.. 

• Sn> hevcrife* tlowly 

ihn't futp. 

• Includr ctcrctie is (MR of 
jTMir holulay acli vibes- -lahc a 



«'.»lk *ith >i>ijr lavimic fdalivc 

• Bi-I.fc >i>ii m <l(>»n iU tJn: 
ilirtm-r Bhic. Jcfidc whai i» your 
Uitmie load aul eai it rim„ "hien 
Klccl ally ihaiie Mhcf tiKnts thai 
yoU' .teally want. 

• Tale tmaH (juntcmj ami 
i|Wx them cmi i;» yiwr i^late 

• tiai iknly- -chew OK* hitt- 
well and «*« iii navoi. After 
Mtb third mtHiihfut. place your 
I'orli »nd knifi" on the plj|« gniil 
*t,:iu l»jvc M*4ll.>»i'j that 
riitMihful, \m *i« led »atuCiirf 
alter caliiiig lest. 

• If yiHi en*y Kiittethmg 
wmeijiic elic is eating:, ijr ""you 
must lAste Auni Stisic'i %wixl 
■pouiKi/marshnialki* t aisenik " , 
lake I'Mily a tejU{M'iniluf 

• I'm lefu>¥e« a»»y 
iii>ine4iaicl>--allo* m> time for 
'■picking" iir ""one last nnirM-l" 

• Filially, help imh ihe 
dmhcf! Your k«te.s» will 
airpiecuiii: it. 



TURWEV, ». 
}. f-%nt.i Diiiinh 

iMNl Uiat makdi hiunan iniitaftm-- 
amlduen'tli^ again. 

Ttmte't a bit at turkey m all 
(rf ut. LivinK uivolvci lewninf . 
and learning involves making 
nntiakei So wt sboijlil never 



hriiuiu: Id »a,v , "I'm wcry. I'm 
human. I iriiide i m<^uAc ' 

Ju«t as »c iniutJ never 
CTilKire a ttiiJdla l»r tiumftlmg. 
we Oioultl he kind tii lello* 
human hcingi whti, like 
oursltct. ait i'mg the tail ttey 
can at the mcinicni 

This Thanlsiivini. we uvist 
the turkey' la all ol ms 
Saeceis. they uy. is simply a 
matter of gtlliai ap one 
■«rt lime Ihaai yau fall 
dcma. 

'Utat't a few nutc •unteyi" 
wkii iiiadf f oi'Kt 

M.ivie n-w.-wer and 
aullk-ir. Cicne Shalii. ».u lold he 
wmM ne'vtii jci a ft* on rwiwork 
TV hociUK "Amerivua vum'i 
accept toiticonffi w.h«i kitikii like 

ttUL' 

• After dropping out of 
ail left, going m India, and 
Aaving his head. Steven Joh« 
retuncil to the l.i .S . at age 2 1 aul 
helped launch the permnal 
compmer indusiry.. At age 25, he 
avwiinliSIOOmiilKai. 

• Mwgaret Miichell »«* 
*e firtt chapter <rf Gone »nh 
dieWuid-THiinct 

• When laminK down the 
ikaiki in l%2. Dacca Recivluii 
Compwy laid. We dorii like 
tteir iouiMl. GnMps oi gitiian me 
on Hie way mil." 



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: STUDENT AQIVrTIES AT 
I HARPER COLLEGE 
presents 



SKI 
CHESTED 
^^ BUTTE 
COLORADO 

ianuary4-il, 1909 

Onlif $487 35 per person 

(6 per unit) 

$539.00 per penoo 
(4 per urtit) 

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The wind it especially 
dangerous if it firipi away Ihe 
warm layer of au around your 
body. 

When a meiaarokigiil givca 
you ilie wind chill (actor, drett 
acaxding 10 the faciur level rather 
than Ihe au urmperaiure 

The American Heart 
Auoriation points out that as 
you grow oliler. your body's 
thermostat may not be as 
efletuve as it once was. 

As a resull. you may not 
adjust to the cold weather by 
ndrituately raising body 
irmjKTalurc If ytmr lempcTaturc 
'«li(iv Itm low, hciri failure and 
even ikaituaii reiull. 

A (HTsvm in pocir physical 
^^l,lp^,■ nLiy require iTKice o,»ygcn 
for the heart, II' you k not used to 
ilrcnuous physital c M-nion. ikw'l 
alli'iiipt to lift a luMv y shovel full 
ol snow 

'"' :hiniiiion «it suddim 

!'•■ "icm and tht; ctjid 

"'-:■-'-- heart's work load. 

Ihe heart must wtak harder lo 
pump blood through narrower 
iirifnes. due Ui the cold weaihcr\ 



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efliectanihei 

It'i natural for some of the 
aneries 10 narrow when it's cold 
as a means to maintain body 
tempemuirc. 

But Ihe cold can spell danger 
(0 persons with aneciex already 
narrowed due lo fatty deposits in 
Ihe aneries. 

Too much strain on the heart 
during these conditions could 
cause a hear attack. 

With the approval of your 
physician try itaning a moderate 
eiercise program if you are 
tnacuve. 

By ne»t year, you may he 
able u> enjoy the winter weather 
with increased lulcrancc ol ii.s 
cfteLs. 

If you have a hisuiry of 
coronary heart disease, you 
should seed your doctor's 
permission before shoveling 
sniiw or exerting yourself in eoUl 
weather 

ti«id sense goes a long way 
m staying healthy during cold 
winter days The Amcncan Heart 
As.sociatJon a^:^e^•^ with the old 
ad'igc. "Have vcnsc enough to 
tortie in out of the tokl." 



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Editorial 



'the HtrMifW nmmm^ 17. 1«W 



*4 ^ r«>nH hear vou! 



Good communication skills can 
solve thousand dollar problems 



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Frmch?! On the tliird fkwr or F buildins a 
cls» ltfniH.r«ril, pints through the TwiIirW 
Zone. Ai tht ttlevisioB i« the room cl«rt, ii 
•kovs tie Eiffel Tower, the Lou* re. and manj 
Olhcr tmmm French landmarks. 

Tie leichtr inflructs us to take notet, twl my 
ncndi lip M iroken. 1 return-half an h<wr later 
a nnaily tounil a sharpener on the flrs^ flooH. 
but I cai't set the icrewi. Tit oirtalna droopinf 

dow« allow lie »»"W|h« «»'••« "VJl '^".V! 
htra) !• afcliw tironth. crtalmg a glart on tht 

**""« the prtitnlatio*. the inttrucloc bttins 
coaJHgstinj verbs •• the chalk hoard. The 
board MArt fr«- Hw »«■•• »"''*''•"' '*^! 
teltviatai i«tt, and ii compounded by poor 

ovtritai llfiti«g. ._. . . , M._. 

rait Ml acrwi caapwa ar* plagutd bj tic same 

Tni lifll».iht io-rd of Trustees awarded th« 
bid 10 MfFhrtand Busintas Interiors to refurnwh 
the PrtsidtMl'i olllce with new rumilurt for W. 

My first reacHon was to question tit 
priorities of Ihe Board of Trustees, in 
urcparalion for my editorial. I interviewed Mr. 
Vern Manlte. *ict president of admini»lrali«e 

services. I asked him for some budfctary fiRures 
■nd listed my complaints. 

"Why are pencil sharpeners few and tar 
between?!" I asked. 

"This is the first time Ihe qiteslion has been 
raised ...If thevre nut there, they're not there 
because no one has asked for Ihem." he 
eiDlained. He added there is more than enouKli 
room in Ihe biidRct f^ '"e Presidents rurn.Uire 
amd classrtMim repair. „.„i.,r. i.f 

One c«mni«in error made by members oi 
families, social groups and companies 's «>»» 
failure to communicate. The %fndir (the student i 
runs into in(er/f fence (otistacles) and the 
Messase <complaints and suticslums) is C U I Mil 
before it itels to the n-critrr iMr. Mankcl. 

In olhtr words, if we doni yell loud enough 
and to the riRht people, we cant expecl any 
action U» be laktn. 

snidioi Iriislee Laura Jacobsiin idenliTitd 
iHis iif..t.Uin and has offered a solution. I hree 
S{ |(j hoxi-s are located sirateKKiiH) fl"""'; 
(ampus: \ buildinn near Ihe Senate Oince, J 
buildins near the Bos tHfice and I buiUlmK near 
Media (ircutalion. 

laura and ! will review iludent Lommenls. 
Ideas, and Questions regularly and addrtss Ihe 
concerns in the paper. 

Vour concerns ire Ihe concerns of the 
administration and will not be ignored, rvir. 
Manke has assured me. within one week, pencil 
sharpeners will be installed and curtains m Y 
hoildinR will he evaluated. 

\t.ur responsibilit* does nol end wiin >i»ir 
complaints to us about e%ery liltle th'nti >'hi >•« 
■round campus attend Board of " ru-f"* 
mctlinn and keep op on Ihe issues. tJtler 
■iiflfsHons and emphasize sirenglhs that can m 
maintained and improved upon 

it's not like the llecloral t olleije where y.mr 
vole gets watered down. If there are lej-ilimale 
concerns, they will be heard and addresM-d. If 
mithlng can be done immedialelv. we v.iU oiter 
■n eiplanation and perhaps a lemporary 
solution. 



IMuKlas Kay 
Editor-in-Chief 



Bl Lit 

Start Colnaaltl 

Today •■» another ooe of 
llcM dicMirul Jjyi Tlie type of 
day we latdenii haw ail nlTeiciil. 
A dsy when I wa» once ttmn 
afHicied wiih a crcaove black. I 
lusi didiil know wh»i 1 w" 
loing lo <*(>, lo I decided "Hey. 
*tui tfic heck. yoM »pniy«d yow 
oven Ian night, why not |o 
^ad and dean iiooir 

Now I kno». »s *«" •» 
wylmdv ebe when great wnierj 
vc kxiiiini (or mqiinuoa. the 
laal place they l™* ii w «h« 

Bcfon I tanwd iha« valurtjk 
^fgf cM I thought. I need >» citam 
Ihe o»e» today, so I can kiU vm 
tHitts with one Mime: <ae. I could 
poke ifoand geumg those 
creative jiuce* (kwing. and i*o, 
lay oven wouM end «ip clean. 

la ihii anempi. I dtucovwed 
tJHDC llung^: 

I Nevei cleaa Ih* o»ea 
ijiirag a cicauve bkick. 



2. Never cleaa lh« ovea 
daring a creative block 

3. Never clean ihe oven 
{limig»cre«ivebkKk. 

Some of you nay he 
ihinking ihey all kK»k kinil ol 
similar Well lei me astiae you. 
ihey aie, Thi* n heoiiisc: 

Fir*, you thouW never clean 
(he oven durtng a creative bkck. 



[he creative juce virtiich 

Howit lato youi hrain-ttream i.v 
diracUy inditenous lo dw amell 
of Ihe oven ckancf tn your oven 

Here n » lample of the 
product of my hrainstorm In 
loday't era of drnim and iweHii. 
*t aee hi)u»e»ives puriraycd in 
television commercials wewing 
cloihiai that is almofi 
approprMie for perfomiiag Ifee 
talk which if hcing icprcaenia) 
However, tome of you may 
renonher a day wlwa diti wws 
■otentvely mie 

In die lUtics and early 
•cventief. lelevisioa waKhen 
aa« housewives in 
advemienusnu mopfimg noon. 
acoahng UHlct bowls, and yes. 

even cleaning Ihe dreaded oven. 
Howevet . the momi of ytateiyeai 
were portrayed perfaimin| dtese 
tasks in gartncnis such as a 
petunia pink satin, tailored 
waisicd. rull skirted, puffy 
lO^jokkfBd house dress 

And so 1 pictured myself 
claming ihe oven m a dress like 
ihe one I hive descrihed and I 
thought 10 myself. My god. 1 
wiwkln'i even he seen scrubbing 
ihc hMhri»m floors with a 
uiothhruih in one of ihosc g« 

llfK 

What followed this win ol 
thoughts was a slew ol uleas on 
what km J of inappropriate 
tl,iUnrig 1 rrmld he cleaning my 



hou« in. Such a*. ■ burgandy. 
lea length fow" *"'' *'"'• 
ghwes. a mint green chinu with 
silk stockings and silver heels, at 
a dropped waisied. full skirted, 
khafci gabardine wiOi mulching 
bocas. 

As my wish list grew larger 
ind larger. 1 began lo eipenence 
an uacontrollabtc desire lo go 
shopping, and not at die coraif 
K mm. The whole jcene became 
» hideous. I had IB stop clewing 
■he oven. 

Which bringi me to poiat 
number two. You should never 
clean the ovta dunng a creaUve 
block becauie you wiU profcaWy 
nevefge* die oven cteMi. 

Finally, this beings me to 
point number dute. Never cloa 
die oven. 

If I were to foltow diKNli^ 
with die shopping I dreamed of 
doing while I had my head m die 
oven. It would cost me a fortune. 
I couU lave tons of money if 1 
jitti throw Ihe oven away and buy 
a new one. Too bad dtey donl 
make disposabk ovena. 

This leaves me wiUt a very 
lough choice between a clean 
oven, new cloihes and an empty 
bank book, or a new oven, no 
new clodiessnd* ne<irl\ empty 
bank hook. 

Trust roe. shopping for an 
oven IS terribly boring. How 
aboul if wf jusi rneei (towntown 
on SlJilc Slrcci. »c ^ould do 
lunch 




Harbinger 



William Riimey llarpci CoIIcbc 

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Entertainment 



iNovrmber IT. Itsu 



P»8e« 




R.E.M. "Green" 



"? Mote Hill 

M.rr wriitr 

The liijrhl.ftlti of Electum 

p«y ihi> ^cjf W.J., ,K,i sumlmg ,„ 

<>( the n<-« R.r.M, alhiim 

Jirwn *;.. iMr I,,m telejiw on 
Warner Brmk« bhci 

I thini I'll ijifkic ih,. 
(K'plivc Mik f,f„ (;r,,„ ,j 
dcfmitcfv iH',( ific, t^y arhum 
M-»bl*i «f Ih, B„„„. 
«lru< lion toniinurs id Md Uiai 
Ii'>m>t . ic, «« rven a, p^xl « 
Ukii Iui rtkase. DM-uanii 

tel«e*cii«w]t.u,aciuiilly 
less acceiwiNe than Uin itjs? 



IS a winner 



•Ihum^TJitt migtinidiKhUong. 
"»e K.E.M. I.n,s »ha may 
tave UjtHight iJiiii ihe hinrt f,^,;, 
«« iJui Bui even ilicr all ihi* 

w«ltt.*T ti.i,t,im. Hk- i,ih„„, „ 
«■" »n c«i:clltni coflccsii.n ,>| 
ne» nuiteral 

Jihum «n)ri,tlv -hut n„i ;,.. 

P«)*«l«l(y ,s Unr.i \\,„k- 

wwi did on Dofumtnii li, i 

8'»« « guitii rifl tHii ki-cp, 

mmi«^.n|„,eofi«ghyTl.;i 
••'trwl tmniton, 

Trai k it tH '• m„„ ,„ ^ 

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I«vi.riti- Ii » tailed sund ,„(( 

Icuiures .1 tan:hy lyrr h, MK-h«l 

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V«u Art ihc tu-tty. 
«««ie Jiid Hairshirt an- i*„ 

-'<'«■ l<-r„,H. .vongj. „„ ij,,^.^ 
■"■irii! r,|ic-aally rmwivc T"h» 
**'■""« (-bild nea.lv rw. 
"verhnard *„h ihc H,F\i 

lr*fc-ri«rkol lavcrcd Ivno. *-,(}, 
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iKli>iidaslii>l<-j,jin,,j 

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""*" '•'•■••Ite Crush. Hit frrM 

"tglf. I* a Nlighi slfj) hatk,*artl 
"1 ^iylc for an R.E.M. single 
"<1 ' give « 111 0» in.irc pra,« 



teniae Oif It, 

No* f„r the cuno-,itie^ .,( 
the album <of ,n thi. c»e. the 
ID)., Over the Iciicrs Tf in KiUi 
the tend naim- and alNm uUe 
you Lm si-e (he numtk-r 4' 
pnriinl in j;|(,v,y (muh. whereas 
itH- rrvt „| the a.vcr n not 
flossy. 

'TVn (lie lourth iraii h« the 
Ifticr H' "KtcjKi o( Uur number 4 
'»" >l I .irn Imkinf. fomard tn 
hearins -.,„■,- .„n of in 
e«,pltn.iii..,i [,„ uu- 

F-iriall>, ihcff arc ten trai'k.s 
liMcd (.11 Ihc skcyf. hut there arc 
Jilu.illv 1 I w>»ifts,», the disc i )n 
■'"■ ■-"'I*'- "I Ihc CD .iH-K, a 
nunihei I i is shown hui there « 



'» «'"F title- TV song avcii ,k 
more i,„,,n,sa.„, of ,.,,|,c, 
■„,,""'" ™™' malrnal 
R-k-M. continue* u, (v^ 
''":' '"'^- f»<-^' f^ands ,„ ,he 
*or d, The .h.i„se ■„ record 

1jW» »emi 10 have h«l imle or 
"'■ change in the hand or ,k 

njuKit- 

Bill Berry, Peter Buck M,kc 
Mil ,*, and MKhael Sii,v .„■<■ M,n 
cvolvmji „, ,„a„4 ^^^^ ..^.^^. 
mu%K hto gotien a |„„^. ^„ ,„„^. 
I'oliiiciil and a IhUi. ,,„ „ 
en.«>iioniil [, hi„„-, ,^„|, 

"'^nf:R, hut then, having Kvn 
w g.MKl lo begin *,tli, wh, r,j. 

"yi'ig KWhart'.' 

Raliog out of 5: 4. 



Garner performs magic to a full house 



;> Atlia t w«|,»,| 
ilair Writ,, 

TK" A-huiId'jng bunge and 
II* Ihtrd (hm hakonie,* *a«. 
Iiilcd to capacny *!,„ 
magitanA-omedian B<* (iamcr 
po-lunned m nam Im Monday 

Garner auiomshed t:rowd< 
earlier that mommR w„i, t,,, 
ileijjht of html fwe .ho* He 
'fmi4i" •iiMdmt.v m the cafeicru 
pool room and lounge. He 
<-niii.'ed students mio *an;:hing his 
|XTfnfmant;c by combinmg shain 
*" *"* *txik» such as makini 
coins vantth and reappear, and 



changing the suit. iy|K or color 
of playing cauls. 

Garnet often finds gojHl 
volumetirsdimng "iBaiei>i", 

I dun t lixik lor people who 
volunteer, or •■ho tixik too 
aiteniivelji at props. | |uo|, f,» 
people who are friendly, happy 
and enjoy having fun." vaid 
iamtet. 

fht •lemmn' etuhd ukI ihe 
»how cowmenced following 
MWie prtNlmiwn music, 0«mei 
appeared and the magic began 
He opened by tnin,«((,)fniing'thc 
llames in a silver serving plauer 



into a pafalect. 

From the start, the audience 
*ai hooked THey laughc-tl at 
Oarner's jo,ke,s and responde-d 
what Ganwr pmmd larly m Ur 
show Ciartier cxplainod that "i»l 
iricls can Iw darigerooc '" Amy 
the willing pariicipani had 
!«lem-d a card. Durmg one point 
in Ihe act, Gamer pulled out 
Billy The ,Bueklinite" The 

Mlrnce veiteUly rcspomtal when 

asked wh« would he impaled 

cither ik-cardor Amy 

During one of Carriers 

int Is. he prweeded lo swalbw a 




handful of nwsdlei. He issued 
ih.s wanting ti) chiitkm: Dmt 

put Kedles in your mouth for 

'ear of swallowing them Kuis 
please dont try this ai home. 
He then proceeded to slowly 
swallow a sinng of thread m il u 

*m a piece of spaghetu The 

audwntf namiij. 

Ot course. Gamer mclutel 
maK't I'l tlK ,mi,nd". He picked 

""'■■'■ volunteers. One wa>^ 
actually selected fmm the third 
tltwt biJcony, His audience was 
baffled as he cho.ve :hc same 
mme. city and pla> ing c4rd as hjs 



participant't 

,,,J'"; /"■ ""^l-^ fiarner 

'!' «»■''"«•. lo re<|ucsl her own 
desiin) With Gamer's g,(, i„ 
Ptirasing liuestions. he Ici a.,„s<- 
»k U> he sawed in half icuh a 
"lack and tXxker sahcna*. And 
^he survived lo tell about It. 

<««r"eitr.im(.,nTOdhis(omi 
"humor and magic in>« «„ 
aritorm Th(» u.^a...^ 
,.„.„, audience was 

autniive, active, and elicited hv 
(.lamcrMalent, 



The "Wall" 
Is Coming 



It} Scon Nfl4| 
Enteriiinmcni Killtor 

Sludcni attiviucs invites you 
into the psychedelic world of 
Pink floyd for iwo screenings 
of Pink Hoyds cult attraction. 
T*e Wall on Thursday 
t>ecemhcT first 

The streeningi are at 6 00 
pni and K:(X) pm with Uic prices 
vci ;i! one dollar for studenls and 
two dollai-i for general puWc. 



The Wall comes to liie 
thanks lo the spectacular lalenLs 
ol director Alan Parker of 
A"(!»l Heart fame, and 
actor/musician Sir Bub GeldoT 
Of the Boomtown Hals, who 
organi/ed the popular Livt AM 

The R raitd film will be 
lAown m building J room JI4\ 

l-or more inlormation call 
Ihe box office ai W7 MKK) 
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Entertainment 



Ncncmber 17. I<)W 



pace 7 



SERVANT LEAVES EM LAUGHING 

College production a must-see 




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itut jwlitr will be done. 

Cliiru'c n lei* t.h.in ciciieil 
hv the iirrnal >•! Iicf s«>n-W')-tK; 
tiiiitokl. uriLiI Ik-i Ian arc laid to 
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KiTk SniKtera •* TrudnliliBw plijrt 19 Wc |Mn wiih ■ wmdoful mnm 



of liminf mid hwiwr 




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'i.iy opens. CLifk^- 
.■ annoiiocins Itteir 
. I'hc young kivcrs' 
i,i'klit.ui.t>o IS (liMwjHfd hy Iht- 
ftiujrK'C of Fedengo Rasitoni. 
C'lar'Kf *iis prcviriusly engaged 
to Fcakngo until hci fattier heard 
news of his death. 

L'pon Ffderigo arrival . 
Clarice's fattier. Panlalttnc 
(Harold LeBoyerk, c«M:els the 
engagement 10 Silvio 10 tliat he 
may keep hii cjrlici ptomise to 
Fotlerifo. Silvio and ha (atber. 
Di. IjOmhardi (Jany Kortas) vow 



Fiortruio in ihi- tr.'»(Jtiic»riji 
Comcilij tlcll Arif \ivlf. 
Trullaldino manages to iiiali.c a 
hig me St of Iht* siiualion. bul it 
all works mit in the end 

Undoubtably the most 
fsciting scene in the stow is the 
swordfight between Beat- 
rk'c/Fcd.crigo and Silvio, The 
>cenc manages to be both 
thrtlling and funny under the 
ihiTfogriiphy of Roland C 
Meyer, 

Mary Jo Willis has done an 

eii-ellcnt job of directing the 

■.!v. The added eomn: "hils" add 

:ik- already humorous pirt of 

,.h.v» 

'The onlv pti'ihlem with iIk 

.V ,u .V J I'cw o( these' com'ic 

■■ i-iilc the Co'media dell" 

, ,, IS jn e«iggcta»ed form 

(lie.tue. I fell that iome of 



iliese "h'lU" were a Intlc u>o 
i,ivi-idi:inclohchfIi, 

'llie cast of ■' i,-.i' 

ikics ii 'W'Omktful lul- S.!i,,,li, r.. in 
the lead rtile. ha^ an ox^flloni 
sense of comic uiu'ing anil plays 
up the humor in various 
Mtuadcns. 

Rathke i>, •ef> fwlievaMc as 

,i '».'iii'ian U'ving u,'t pi,>ri,ray a injin 

Jisfilays a great 

in her lovr for 

i«l.> jnJ hci incTv.Khip 10 

'^ if,, ...li ,, I ',,'.1 tpvi,,"!^ of 

11! Phillips 
jii iiif>iit.ciii .iiiiii atvMilulcly 
rharnung. 

A special m,en,|ion needs 10 

■ l,.eBo>cr. Kortas, and Dan, 

, .i'... h as Brighella. They were 

ail sery funny and creative with 

ihcir roles as ihc hutlixms of the 

sh<iw 

Other cast members incliide 
Jennie Sartore as Smcraklina, 
Maurice Stone as the head waiier 
and Tixld Davidson and Brendun 
Foley as the waitm. 

The sets, under llw dinxiKin 
of Michael Brown, and costumes. 
designed by Joan Ladendorf and 
Caria Satchcll. were also 
etc client and very approfiriaie for 
the pennd. 

If you missed the show last 
weekeiid, you still have amxhcr 
chance. Be sure io catch tl eitha 
Friday. Nov. IK or Saturday. 
Nov. l"?. Tickets are S^ for 
Harper students and $5 for the 
public. For lickcls or more 
informaiion, call the Harper Boi 
Ofr«al397-,W)Oei«. 2547, 



Ermn v„4st rcturw !»■' irimptaml •.'•.' 




...YOUR MIND. TRANSFER TO 
RAY COLLEGE OF DESIGN. 

Interior Design, Fashion Design, 
Advertising Design. Illustration. 
Fasliion Merchandising Photography 



'l!i'ia,!"i5leir up 

«?!<; !lii.,(:,.,wi. 



'*i,iii,nl a 8*ch#to,(' o« 
-1' *AS 4«j're*» in 



BAY COLLEGE OF DESIGN 

RAY'VOOUf 

Chicago Camftui; Phone (312) 280-3S00 

401 N Wabash A« Chicago, Illinois 606'11 

WtXKlfleM Campus: r>hone (312) «t9-34S0 

600 Woodfield Drive, ScnaumBurg. Illinois 60173 



November IT, l">»» 




pa«e ! 



enenisttd crimson 






The Healer-- 

R'* I'eier Sweeney . ,., ,k,,, 

"' 1 entered *cr., '^T ^;''7: C n Sw 

lucid mind n:iy cnlcrpicJ n^hc hand JuuJml m m> 
heilihv kl't 'Frtwi nowhcrt a nur« dc«.-tKk>d up."' mc. 
\l!'y I help >'«.••" ^hc asied. smilmfi a^ .t .he world 

were J Mitiny dny. ^ . . - 

Yes 1 replied. 1 need t doctor. 

-Okerdokey." ihe Mid over^ brightly and directed 
me 10 a chair that was n« ii dtxior. 

Another w«Tuin, this one decked out m civdian garn. 
aUi -11 a'cornpuier console across from mc and began 
; !4'4 me L.nlonna.M:«. Slowly' ^'^ n«,^dly 
Ihe gleaned torn iw eveiy tiny speck ot fj""^* "7 " 
tTiplicaiion. About the only topic that tailed to nxnt ha 
«<en ion was the nature of the ailment that would c;,u^c 
s«pp n- lad such as myself «o«ek emergency -ncdcal 
wamient I must have l«*ed a bit sickly, though, baaust 
S^ ^rparttcularly mten. on ascena.nmg ,ny religion and 

""'"S comes the g«>d part she saul with what 
passes in medictJ circles for *.t. how will you pay for 
treatment?" 

(Do you mcept live imkem > 

"1 have insurance." ., ..,.., 

It was imither h« before I could dixmrn-m thii lat 
lo her satisfaction 1 produced copies of policies :ind 
eancelied prem.um checks, credit history prin.ouis 
f"aS statements and so fonh. but it was my so per ^ 
Semn honestpromise. payya-hack o, hope to- die that 
"finally turned the tnck 

I ioked that they should inject a time release p*>m>n 
,nto the bkxMlsireams of patients and "«• P™;'*!^ 'J* 
antidote until all balances were paid in full. S^f ^ ^ ' 

laugh, she just stattd off into the distance as a slight m»..,. 

•''"tSe t?taf »ym«t of my pitiful mmim. il»e 
inquired as to my complaint ^, 

(A Hatred anery, wu him%o€idai mtreamnii ) 
"1 have 1 splinter in my thumb " 
She tactfully aboned the guffaw that her throat was 
processing and donned the furrtiwed brow "f ^-onarm^ 

"Its infected. ■ I enplatncd, there s a hig blister ana 

it's full of ,Diie»»n 

tFVS' Oodks and «xfl« ofPUS'Hi 

''"' She spoke « she typed Splinter in thuinb." 

(Dammit wemtan' Hove >*'U no <i4/«rnv«. J 

"Yes, that's righi," 

(Bktawd! Enxt'fged' .MuukW) 

She led me to a paitini^ed tiratinent area ^^^^^ 
that a doctor would be forthcimiing. The dtxtor that 
eventualW ca.« forth did so m the b*^y of a *'""-^_,. 
"Hello." she said. 'Tm Dr. Monica call me .kbbic. 
,f,),.W,«- Vf.:-mca,;' D Mmk:a' Or DrmmiaH 
, Vuw fhh. And w>« can colt me long distame * 
■WhY don't you relax a little and show me wh„>. ^ 
v^rong U says hen: youVe hun >«"<■ •h"'"'^. 

Yes 1 said. hi»lding them both out. i>ne oi tncse 
Sh did hefilma master proud by ««ectly « toing 
the thumb with the glaring wound. A''^ *>"'^^• ™> ^^l 
K.rHnrrd rceardinft her fitness as a physivian soon 
; Sed whTr^gan sadistically prc>bing the a . lacd 
irea Onlv a trained professional could induce so mud 

„be a simple infection, this w_oman ^^'d quickly elevatt^ 
Z. «,* World Center for Humanly Knowahie fain. 
SuddenW mt humb. which 1 had always taken for 

J^:d -w"',he center of my -iverscMtie siu. iKjm 
Ihkh ihc white beat in my bram en.r -' ^"" "t\K. 



leans 

■"\'oii'fe I 

\1v irli,"' 



t'ICll. 



:"S 



r\s 



: t f- 



.iched the end of so hideous a 
d.ishcd by the sight of Dr. 
:.ii old nan siandhy. a syrinj;c 
' 'ihis IS toi <tie p.iHi. ■ she saui. and nothing could have 
l^cn nuire true Pam nr.cr had a ";;'f^.?f t^^'^^^"?^;;"; 
than DeiiKHiica She lifted ihe needle high over head in a 
™nner renunis.xn, of a h.gh-pnestev; a. 'he "^r, icial 
altar and plunged it down into my twitching, virgin itiumb. 
It tiK.k me alKiui eighi millionihs .>i a f'--""*! "'-' 
decide that a long. higbi«tched scream would f« the 
appropnaie response to this megadose of negative stimuli. 

'"■ ' ■ "'Xt'll^S//////' / /■ /■ n mil: EtEEEEEEEliit 

EFEEE'"""""" 

Debbie the Impalcr seemed encouraged by my 

d,s.omfon. so she swwped in for a *«'"f ^J."^';:, ., „^ „ 
i uladly welcomed her nesi hypodemiic assauli as it 
eavc mc the opportunity to work some bugs out ot my 
t^re am N y prtvLs scream ha.1 been fine as first attetiip.s 
g. but 1 think we kith saw a gocxl deal of room i"; 
improvement. I.>emonica rose to the challenge like the tn e 
" ann^of misery she was and drove the needle no. only 
hmugh mv thumb, but through the ^'^inless steel 
treatment table as well. After a bnet P^^f^^^^'J'-;^ J^ 
added /est to her already impressive teat by grinding the 
svnnge in long, slow circles. 

This time my scream reached proportums tor w hich 1 
had not dared hope. Earsplittmg bui well timbered, and so 
loud as to knock Demonica back three steps inio a 
medicine cabinet My throat was raw and my thumb 
mutilated, but the applause from the nurses staiion and 
waiting area made n all seem worthwhile 
Hit tw.t. cigarettes and passed her one. 



■A degree of confident 



existed for me as this chatty, gnnnin..- 
loins of hell ignited time and agaif 



from the 

'Ji pink 




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Upcoming 



Th« HtrlHiiier Notembrr 17. lOM 



pagt « 



Club Itz^s 

Check here weekly for iinportanl ( lul. Ni«s ...tori!iai...n 



IT PAY$ 
rrO ADVERTISE! 



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VOllMi COHFOIIATK 
ACHIEVEKS 
TiK Young Cuiporile 

12 pro in l-UB Thc» nc»l 
■iMcunK w«H iK twi November 

21. New nwBiterj aie wefcnmc. 
If you have My queiiioni 

ONMcl Ed WiUkc « IM-IOK. 

PHI THETA KAPPA 

The Ptii Mil ChupiCT s ncii 
riMeuni *iU he ihe NovenihEi 
Gcner»l Meeumg on Tii««lity. 
^k.»embet 12 M 700 pm. in 
A-J3A. I>» Cletc HInuw will 
lalk on "CiHinifi Re«luuor»' 

iiiiit.rtrKmwillf*«'«'''^'''« 



FOOD SERVICE 

CLMB 
The Rkk) Semcr Cluh h*. 
weekly m.c<Hin|!i ewry TwidJiy 
« WedncMJmy ■■ 1« « '<"<* 
mm in A «»6 Eiaci m«un| 
diys MM] itmoi an; aamiufKHl iii 
Ihe prmi meeung For tniwe 
inlntmatuin conl»ct Mr. B al 
Ell. 257n 



RHYTHM & MOVES 
n* Rhyihm A Mo*m Dame 
Ctanpany li holding awJitMUi 

on Fnday, December I. in the 
Building M Dance Sltulin from 
1:TO U) 6.W pm. For mim- 
mtormaiion comaci Cindy 
Engds at Em. 1142. 



PHVSirS CLL'B 
The Ptiy»ic» Club m«w 
mcMillily and all ttudeols arc 

welcome to |oui The club 
provides actdiiMinal reKWnes (or 

FtiytiM at Enginccr»n(t sludenb 
and hackground fa mm.rUyui'-i 

maj«>r». f-« »'we inforiii»ii«>n 
coniKl Marj Becker ai l:',»l. 
1S2T. 

NEWMAN 
Newman meels Wcjtiesdiy* M 
J pm. m D-29.V Advent prayer 
i»No*eiiili«f .Wat 3 15 pm m 
D-IOS. 

BIOLOGY CLUB 

If you ■« nileitsliid in pming 
the Bioiogy Ouh. m have any 
quetlMW* abCMil the dab. 

C(miKtllaMlyite.xt 2323. 



B.A.S.I.C. 
There are weekly m£i*tmgi u> 
diwusn "What ChriMians 
Believe" Mondays from 19 ' 
10:45 am and 11 ll4Sa.m 
The "Working Through My 
Hang ups" group metis 
Tue.sd.iy\ (mm 1 ^ 3 p.m. and 
Wednc<iday from 2;» - 1:30 
pm They are open to all 
itMkntii. F« 'nwre intormatitw 
contact rml» Tatar al Eit 
2242. 



COILECE 
REPIBI.IC 4NS 

The College RepuM ^ J"^ 

Club mceu every Wcdm >.I.in at 
2 p.ra >n 1-114 Thi^ n--" 

moctini n Novemtvi ■• - 
Anyone inierrsttd in pi'luu^ i-. 
welcome lo pin, f-<'i m.iie 
itifomusinn contact Rfw 1 -''ati 

POLIIIl AL S( II N( K 

CLLB 
The Poltlical Stienec Ouh 
ha.), meeting* every Wedne.»djij 
al 2:30 pm in I lU 
November 23 i» ihe neu 
nKetimg- For moir mfonnation 
contact Richiird Ballot ai W1 
tWII. 

HOLIDAY 
CATHERINC 

The Holiday Gathering 
Committee n meeting u*by at 
2 p.m. in A- 3 36b to plan a non 
religious Thri*tma« Party " 
The evo« (siitl not named t *'ll 
tile place on Tuesday 
D«ce:n»h«T 6 in the A BuiUlmf: 
Lobby I'y the fireplai'c. All 
Cluh and Organiauon nK-mlK-rs 
ace wtkcai'ie to alli'nd. 



IN THE 



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i-- 



HARBINCER 

Thew will he a Sail Meeting 

today *« 4:30 Pl'i"' ^ 

pre.sem. Belntshmenti will h« 
served! 



SCIENCE FICTION 
AND FANTASY 

CLLB 
The Science fituon and 
Faniasy Club ii a meeting every 
Wodneiday al 2 30 pm in F 
J SO Any tnlerested «itudents 
ilHiuid aitcml the neil meeting 
on Novemher 21 • all are 
wcfcome f"« more mformatujn 
ctmlm-t 1*. F: Hull al E»t. 2.1.2.3 
arBobHo|>liierai2S<»...**OI4 



Are you iniercMed m 

advertising your club or 
organi/ation"' Hcie it the 
inJupnauomwenoe*!.: 

ClMb.Naine: 

Aciivity/!-uncti«i: 

Whcfc: 

CcmliK't: 
CommcnLf: 

Send the mfofmaiion lo 

Susan Bcmc. Lfpcomtng Editor. 
at the Harbinger m A. 367 
p..dli.n. M WW" '■'ridan 






I 






Help the '89 Nurses* Club While 
Saving on Quality Jewelry 



fv:.;- 



If anyone m the Harper 
Lommuniiy is going lo 
purchase jewelry as kiliday 
(ifu thw year, why ik« go to 
K,*M Diamond Consultanls 
and help out the 'W Nurses' 
Club ■« the same uw 

KAM Diamond 

Consultant,! hi* offered to 



irr:ii, o( ALL sulci IB 
<'s-etNurie«' Cluh, 
•,■ iHamond. located 
Wmidfield M,all, s«;lli» 
public at wholesale 

J T'his means Ihal you 

could '^vc up W S(W "rff t>»' 
feeiil 'pncef. ** i|Miilii> ,|t!*elry 



I'll..-! "^ goixl unlil 
U, i4k'». just 

"Haipcr Nurse*' 



ncii I 
lo ih. 

prtces 



Thu 
February 
mention 

Club,'" 

For more information 
about this grcai money saver 

coniacl IC*M Diamond 
Consultants ii S17-7S6's 



BREAK INTO 

BUSINESS 

BETWEEN SEMESTERS 



bv tie-i 



■.ipojaiy We ^ '"■ 



Attend ttie i>cr 



Harbinger Logo Contest is AlmO'St Over! 



,1 ,.t ( .;.;.. r,,..v--.r between Semesteis 

MANPOWER!! 

CALL TODAY FOR AN APPOINTMENT 



Schaumbura 605 0232 
0"Haret:.'.n.'?ft' 
Northbfoi;..- '-.> 

Loop : 

Laitamfl 



Itaaca 773- 1 323 

Oahbrook 932-7410 

Naperville :W7.6404 

Sliokie ..1"":' BS:?!:) 

N Riverside -l..!." «>':>.? 



^y S«*^,*CI, i'Vrm 



■',*:<: entry will 
,,. n.,,,.,nti«"|.»lni» 



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„' p» .' »jm«t 'f'K i»'-> ' 
wilt 'he added onilK <i<.ni it,' 
nesl l«> ihc paper's n,.uiii- 



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,1 (■I'lyrlh 
(it ale al 
:i& Bar, 



f.i: •"' •■'■ "ri-" 

I,)«x«;m:N.-t I issue 



Evergroen Par* 

N, Michigan Ave .'■ • , ■■ ■ - 

Kaokakw ." ' ■'■■'' 

Joliet .-"■ . '.■' ' '' " 

MamiTiond, IN /•'..- 

Mt. Pr.oi«iect •'.-' 

Horn «t N»nhwestern Station K-W.-i'ii!:),::. 

O MANPOWER 



Upcoming 



The Kirbinier Novemiier 17. 19118 



|W|t 10 



Breakfast-At-Harper 



Copint •iili HoHa»y 
Smtm' will Im the ducunKin ■ 
Hie neii BreiAfkii ai HjBiier tm 
Tlnirsday. DoccmNrf 1), m 7 M) 
am in the Building A Faculty 
Dining Rjxm Cwui $10 

PieitcnutioM and dmuwion 

will be led by William Jcdiicia, 

'■*• D,. iSiiKiilc prolessor m 

fier College with a Pti D in 

; 'tiology. In addilKHi U) beting 

i:m ttie sbIT of flaiper's Nimliwesi 
Cwdnit: Rchabilitouon Center, 



Jedliekj II ihc iuir ol the 
Intitule of Siren Managenem 
in Chicago and a pnvale 

contutani in the area of mem 



E«cll fmnon aliending ihii 

breaUaat will receive a htilidiiy 
we« Itandbiwk cmiriesy of ihe 
Keimelli W Young Centers. 

To rtgmer call Sa« Oc»ii. 
InUuitry Sei«ice. Specialist at 

Harper's Northeast Center, at 
5,J7-,S4.2<). 



DOMING SOON" 

Fall 1988 
Offerings 



HARPER OFFERS A \ I( TORI \\ 
CHRISTMAS KHR 



Novemhef 



17 



iJcbrale a Vituwiiii 

■■ Hii-pet Co'lifgi IS 

vin iiig a trip to Niper 

lit- mem in NapetviHf on 

..„Uy. tVtcmhei <i, from B:,JO 

a.m. to ,S p.m. 

Naper .Seiitcment it a 
thamiing historicii! community 
depicting life m tlie ISOOs which 
■will be d»!cortte»l for Chrwmas, 
Tilt daws lo the Miuun Miicheil 
mansion, as well ai other 
buildingi will be open lo 
welcome lawiiti. ScaMnal 



ilion»mg M ,Ii-ffcr>c.r. Hill gift 
*.)f» and J Ifc.luti) lunch at ite 
Napervillr Sheraton are jKin oC 
Ihe tcwr 

TliecostisMjilufiiSli fee 
which .incliKk) trans|MriiitMifi, 
e,KX)it. aamittKm. Iunt:h. wi and 
gratuities. Payment must 'be 
math by November 23 i»> ctwiClmi 
reaervalion. 

To reguier call Eit. 2410 
»nd gi*e the Coiiric Number 
LCC075-OtH to acfufe correct 
legisuaiiMi. 



Harper Study Tour In 
Greece 



A Kven day cniiM of the 
Greek jslands and Turkey 

•"ghlighB a summer study lour 
ilXJnsofcd by Harper CoJlcge 

J^..S"- '"^ "> "'«>"Sh July 

i. ty8<J. al-io includes a *t>«k 
tcoring mainland Cirrawj. 

Ttjur cost irf 12100 mclwlcs 
mutidtfip airfare from ClliaiiB. 

lounni. hoieln, moit meal*, aid 
lectiiits on Greek liistofy and 
culture. Among tiles to be 



viiiied are Atbeni. Delphi 

Mycenae. Olympia. Rhodes 
(. fcte. Paimos, Ephcsus. iind 
Isianbul, Stujienis may earn 
college credit in hmianities. 

An mfarmational meeting 
will be icheduW during January' 
To obiain hrwhures and further 
information, contact Martha 
Simonsen. m the liberal Am 
OfriceorcallEit. 22g.l 



t'Lbl* t:«,am« 
«,'»a.m,. A14« 

World Huager 

Awareness Week 

S[)ccia,l t, vent lor Hungi-r 

(fcHiiiijaiB 

lOii-m, -"'p.m.. Afwiilat* 

li t„*l';,r> ,f:,s,:Mn 
Pari I 
<t pm , t Ktft 

TkeHK-- 

Hie Sers-ant of TwD 

Miisleis" 
8 p.m.. J14'J 
J,:i * is 

1» GEDEsam 
Pait2 
It Lin., Ei{)6 

CLEP Eiaiw 
N: Main. A 148 

DinncriTlwiie-. 
6 p.m.. Dinner in the 
Dining KnM (Bldf.. A) 
«pm Play m J141 

1,1 Campus- Wide 

'Tliank,sgiving Sexvice 
" ■ " ' p m , Bklg A 



I a,m. 



Career Inurneii Tenting 

Parll 

f> ■ (t p.m.. A.M7 



24 and 15 

Ttianksgivrng V, 
N(,) CI ASSES 

1* itc.fun'ie Wniing 

ft • 7 p.m.. A.147 



II . ,.\147 

.'0 Nursing Entrance liiam 
R'l'Wam,. A14H 

Test A,n»,iciy 
^ ■ II a.m,.'lll7 



A.^1rVt.il^ If ■! 



I Through DfC. m 

Art Enhibit" 

Barbam l»ih«i - Etchings' 
Building C&f 

Filiii- 

Mnk Fkiyd*! "The Wall" 

6p.m ft Kpm. J143 

SlftS2 

2 Naiitmal Mari«ineiic 
TneaUB— 
■The Toy Shop" 
10 am A 12 30 pm. 
H41. Free and $1 

Student Senate Meeting 
I Mp.ra. A24la 

"Tlie Ijttlc Conccn'' 
7:K»p.m . J 143 

SI and $2 



* Harper Community Clmnis 
3 p.m.. Building M 

7 HatpcrJaaBaid 
« p.m., JI4J 

■ Harper Sieel Drum Band 

K p.m.. ]14,3 

II fesuvalofljswmiaid 
Car*'iJs 
7;:«:ip,.m,, JI43 

!• GEi3E»am 
Parti 

6 p.m.,. El 06 

Harper Conimunify/Palatme 
Conccn Band 

7 30 p.m.. Cmiing Hall in 

Palatine 

1 7 CE0 Ejtam 
Pan! 
« «.m.. ElOb 

21 Nwsing Enirawx Exm 
it K) a.m.. A 148 



Final Exam Schedule 




Fall, 1988 



DAY SCHOOL 



Final EiOT Period 



8:00-9;«S 



9:55-1 1:4('t 



t: SO- 1:15 



Monday 
Dec sober t2 



■«i t ' ■. : 101 ,1 



n-v~f 
f.:80-»,::i!O 



Tuesday 
Otctmber 13 



W.,1 *,c,Co.unt,fflg 
Clauses 



10:00- lift: 56 



li?:iO-l2::SI 



n u 

'l:«'s;,.,«!-ftfl 



i::25- 10:40: 



"f 1*1,11 

tBiiSB-l,;?:'D4 



t.,# 



T ■; 



Sf 



W^Jneidjy 
December 14 



W.I HTH 102 

Classes 



M-«.:F 

t: 00-8: 50 



11:06-11:50 



Thursday 
December 15 



T-H 

8:00-9:15 



I-fi 

1?:1S-1:30 



Friday 
Oeceinber 16 



Faculty 

Grade 

Processing 
Time ano 
Specially 

Arr,:)n:j,ii:;J 



1:»-2:I5 



»-y.i.iF 



rvf. 



2. ''uf;day t,hroi„),^ri fn, 
examinations, to be 



the week of December 12 for final 



J 



Novembrr 17. IMI 



page n 




Phi Thda it^ipfita f'tfuiiy Auvtiniw, iw 
Phmwiwni Tnwty H«rtiiii * 



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■r.-.i Dr, PtuT Th«wnpiw*n iwMfc- ... . 

/ .hfin SiiiUMJf ""W«mU. Po»«rr. tn>1 l4i^i<lrnhi|i>" 



mcmKrriK m his tpccth. 




When \()u piirtv 
renieriibtTto... 



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Simkml ptrxmais ufi to 5 ttmn 
art fM'EE. StudtHi «o« 
cemmerrml Ads arr St up mi 
limts Son- stMkm ttmmerciat 
Ads art W.50 ^mH tines. $M 
eackaekft. km. 

DCAOLWe FOR PHttl- 
CATIONS ARE FRIDAY 
rRIOR TO niRLICA- 
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PART TIME 

$8.90 an hour Naitonal 
chain has openings in all 
araas atiiiaied with 
mafkaiing. mgnt.. trainees, 
swvica and otder work. NO 
EXP. NEC Can vwrk inlo 
full lima. Can B82- 
6013. 



HESTAURANT 
MANAGERS 

Immediate positions 
available for responsible 
individuals seeking a 
challenging A rewardirtg 
career opportunity In 
restaurant management 
Domino's Pizia. the workfs 
largest pizza delivery 
company, has a lew 
positions available tor the 
right people We offer on- 
Ihe-job training t 
Classroom training plus 
medical beneltis. and an 
opportunity to grow wUh 
the fastest growing 
restaurant pizza chain in 
history Domino's Pizza 
managars earn upwards oi 
$25.0OO/yf Send resume 
to Domino's Ptzza. 
Attention Chuck Clarkson. 
4S0 E Dundee Rd . 
Palatine. Illinois 600*7 

PART-TIME SALES 
TELEMARKETING 

Why settle lor HO 'hr . 

Whan we will train you to 
tarn S20.. $.30. or 
|40-*r,. in the eiciling 
Held ot radio advertising 
Salary plus commission, 
bonuses ft incentive No 
experience necessary 
Phone 885'760S. ask lot 
John. 

SmiMG BREAK 
Tour Promoter Escort 
Energetic person. (M.'Fy. to 
t»k« sio"-ups tor our 
FIORIOA indor SOUTH 
PADRE loufs. We furnish 
all meteriais tor a 
stfccasslul pfomoNon. Good 
PAV and FUN. CaK CAMPUS 
MARKETING at rJO'O- 
777 2270. 



SECURrTYQUARD 
Openings with SPECIAL 
OPERATIONS ASSOCIATES. 
Starling pay S5. and up. Ail 
weekend hrs available. 
Contact Jelt or Jerry ® 
561-81B1. In Melrose 
Park. 



WVENTORY 
PART-TIME 

R.QS. Inventory 

Specialists. Great tor 
students. 30-5 hrs. per 
month, early am/pm and 
wknds. available. 
Transportation and pfione 
reqd $S 25 an hour, call 
Jim M-F # 351-8780 
E'O Emptoymeni 

OmCECIJEAMNG 
4-5 hours per evening 
Sctiaumburg arte $4 500 
fMr month No eiperience 
necessary. 671'3800. 
JANN KING ask lor Joann 

SUPERVISOR 

Office cleaning supervisor 
needed in Schaumburg area. 
Fulltime $1000 1200 
per month Eiperience 
preferred, not necc, 671' 
3800 JANN KING. Ask tor 
Joann. 



lJlOOEiSt«EDED 

Models needed lor fashion 

shows and pr.nt work 
$50,-100, hrly. We 
counsel beginners Slate 
licensed talent agency 
,Spenc«r Studios. Open noon 
to 5pm. closed sund,ay 
815''45.5-5595 

HIRING 

Government |obs- your 
area. $17,840-69.485 
Call (602) '838-8885 
eil r7S8 



EARN MONEY FOR THE 
HOLIDAYS 

Immediate part-time 
positions available in 
Schaumburg tor cashiers. 

• $5.50 ft op/hr 

' Various shifts available: 
days and avenlrtgs. 
' Bonuses 

* Start immediately and 
receive a check next week. 
Call Norrell Temporary 
Sen/ices now 605 8218 

PART TIME 

Counter saias position now 

open, flexible hrs.. good 

pay. Call Theresa # 453- 

4500. 

GOWBVMENTJOBS 

$16,040 $59, 230/yr 
Now Hiring. Call (1)805 
687 6000 E»t n 1053 
for current federal list 

OPPORTUNITY IN THE 
TRAVEL INDUSTRY ? 

The tl college tour 
operator is looking tor an 
efficient, responsible, and 
organized campus 

representative to market a 
Spring Break Trip on 
campus. Earn free trips. 

and good commissions whtle 
earning great business 
eipeiience. For mote 
mformalion call t 800 
99S>,43O0- 

OOSSINGaJARD 
Buffalo Grove Police 
Oepart,meni needs college 
students, senior ciiizcns,, 
to be crossing guards in 
Buffalo Grove Good pay, 
will train Contact Sgi. 
Parets @ 459-2560. 

DRIVERS WAf^TED 
Earn SB.- 12, an hour. 
imm.ediaie oppenings, 
tle«ibte tiours, Dominos 
Pizza 2 locations in 
Paiatine, 705-8404 ft 
359-4200 after 4p,m. 

EhfTREPRENEUR 
8e your own boss. Set your 
own hours Make lots ol 
money Call Jon e> 438 

5538 ,attef 5-30p-.m 






PART-TIME 

Small office in Arlington 
Heights needs responsible 
person for light assembly, 
packing ft shipping (most 
under iSlbs.) 15-20 hrs. 
per week. Hours and days 
are flexible 981 8525. 
Ask tor Susan or Bella 

STOCK /SALES 

PART TIME 

For Barrington clothing 

Store. Energetic, flexible 

schedule. Some weekends 

rqd. 381-1282. Phillips 

Men's Wear. 

FULLTIME 

Store Manager Trainee 
Great starting position tor 
service oriented people. 
13-1BK starting Call 
Theresa ® 453 4500. 

RETAIL SALES 

P/T help wanted. 10 20 
hrs per week at retail 
clothing store called 

Shapes, Fo« River Plaza, 
Airport Rd . Elgin. Call 
697-5666. ask tor Candy 
or Amy. 



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CHILD CARE 

Loving child care providers 
needed to live-in with 
Nap-ervitie. Illinois area 
families E-«c salary. 

beneliis. trav-el. Call 
oolle-ci Naperville Nannies. 
INC @ 357 0808. 



PROFESSIONAL TYPNG 
done by a small 
Streamwood home business. 
Prompt. accurate 

service(includes proofing 
for spelling, punctualton, 
grammar & sentence 
structure, upon request) 
special rates. Excellent 
reputation. Call Sandy @ 
213-0683. 

LEGAL SERVICE 

FREE CONSULTATION 

tor all your legal needs: 
Includes DUI. personal 
injury, divorce, real 
estate. Phone 517-2600 
Eves, and weekend appts 
available. Law Offices of 
Becker ft Becker, 600 N, 
Meacham. 3rd. floor. 
Schaumburg, II. 60195 

MONEY TOR COLLEGE 
computer search matches 
your qualifications to 
financial aid sources, tor 
information write to 
Higher Education Guidance 
Services. P.O. Box 5305. 
Palatine, II 60078. 

TYPING SERVICE. 
Typing done out ol my 
home. Fast, accurate 
typing. Term papers. 
reports, etc. Pick-up and 
delivery available Call 
LaVonne @ 860 0241 or 
leave a message 

LD»CLY?NEEDADATE? 
Write Datetime. 617 North 
State Streei, Suite 103. 
Chicago, Illinois 60610. 



PROF. ACADEMIC TYPIST 
T hesis. Resume 

Development reports, etc 
Hourly tale includes 
spelling accuracy, 
punctuation and editing if 
requested. N,W. area pici* 
up ' delivery available 
contact Donna for appt. 
438-4971. 





TYPtfCieCETERA 
Tetm-papets. 
dissertations. 
compositions, applicalions 
resumes and cover letters 
Located in the northwest 
suburbs, we otter pick-up 
and delivery to our 
neighboring clients; a post 
office box is available for 
your mailing convenience 
$2 /typed page and 
payment can be made by 
money order or cash. 537 
8479 o-r 639-5139, eves. 



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f FRESH SPORTS f 
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ATTENTION 
GOVERNMENT HOMES 

ftom $1, (U- rtpaif) 
Delinqusnl ta» property 
Repossessions Call 602 
938 8885 flxl H7758 



FOR RENT 

Palatine, near RT53 t 
Dunctee and Uhe Cooh Rd. 
2-6R. t-Bam. Garaoe, ait 

ipptlancos, C'A, Pool 
S700. * security deposit. 
Available early Dec. »»- 

2405 Of 438-2547. 

GOVERNMENT HOMES 

from $1. (U repair). 
Delinqueni lai pioperly. 
Repossessions Call (H 

805^687 6000 ExI. OF- 
1053 tor current repo 

list. 



ATTENTION 

GOVERNMENT SEIZED 

VEHICtES 

Prom $100. Fords. 
Mercedes, Corvtltes. 
Chevys. Surplus Buyers 
Guide 1 602 836 88BS 

ext A775B 

1977 aUlCK LESABRE 

Or»ly 75,000 miles 
Excellent engine, new 
eihatist system, good body 
condition. S900 Call 3S1- 

7340. 

JEEPS 

Can you buy Jeeps, Cart, 
4x4's seized in drug raids 
tor under StOO'' Call lor 
facts today. 602 B37- 
3401. Ext. 3610. 

ItTf PLYMOTM ARROW 

4-Cyl. Runs gotxl- t^*^ '" 
good shape How tires, auio. 
Asking SSOO. OBO call 
593-7290 

GOVERNMENT SEIZED 

Vehicles Irom $100. Fords. 
Mercedes. Corvatttt. 
Chevys. Surplus. Buyers 
Guide (n 805 687 6000 
Ext. SI 053. 

1989 NUDE COED 

CALB4D6R, 

Featuring color photos of 
lltir>oiS COLLEGE WOMEN, 
Mail $9.95 to COED 
CALENDER. PC. box 434H. 
Dekalb, il 60115 1990 
MODELS WANTED EARN 
$300. 

PORTRAITS 

Heart shaped portraits for 
holiday gi" givino. Studio 
Image @ 815-459 5950 
attar 6p.m. 



ALANON 

Meeiings will be held on 
campus at Harper College 
starting Tuesday. October 
25. For more into, atwut 
this suppon group, contact 
Health Services ai ext. 
2626 

ADOPTON 

We are a happily married 
couple looking for an intani 
to adopt We can provide a 
lovir»g home filled with all 
the warmth, security and 
happiness you couk) want 
lor your child We will pay 
all med. and legal eips. call 
tor into. # 798 2151. 



PmHCESS 

of the forest, my love for 
you overflows. 

Yours now and always. 
Prince of your heart 



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MEMBERS. 

You are wanted as an officer 
of the Phi Phi Chapter. 
Elections will be Thurs.. 
Nov. 22 at 7-OOp m. 



AMTI'NOID MOVEMENT 

The NOIDS seem cool, 
maybe you should go away. 
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wl we do? How bout an- 
othar wedding recaption ?l 

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emission control. 

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personal bests Break that 
minute. 

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-Beauty too rich lor use, 
for earth too dear So show 
a snowy dove Irooping with 
crows As yonder lady o'er 
her tolk}w shows ' 
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Fl*ir. )jl.c ihi" Snjiitt, iw Hulk 
Hogan The ■•if%lU-ri 1 »m 
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'bul III Delia *j.p*. rnnS. twici: •« 
Mtwi Mnfte you h«v«ii i 
heard, tai ik-y ■"' coiiAutnuni! 

rtgtwMisly and wurliaf liankr 
ihun e*er k< try imi fuWiU vhm 
■ppear'. m ht a 'vc^ ricuiag 
wanin 

The Hawks ■»>• ccw>iii| i>IT » 
mal gcMMl •*»«•■> I«i «» ■"*>' 
ptm.«d m«i> »r(>»kr>. in ^mmm 
wfighi tb&«e>. K.kI HuIi'iui and 
)im Smiih l«4 il* •»> I'y *"*• 
fir* pl«;c in Refum IV 1<XI lb 
and Hcivy »«in,hl cla«ie« 
rcilH-aivcly. hi»»<-v« nfil(i.-r 
virc.<.ile' will return U>is ycu ic 
(u«l«r nil' H»»liJ The l*o 
wre\ifcr\ »l»i» an- muming (mm 
last year inJ "ill paivnk lh« 
guidance ami 'Mtnph » lead a 
ycmiif warn anr Brad Carl»|. imd 
M»k Citthi Cecchi im* *"»1 
m icgu<n IV (,177 \h weight 
I'laiit last year fetchi no* 
»ci|!,)«J mat IWIIm,,intt ««, 
1 will meet my *tigi» 
miuiKmciM by D«cen*er " !<■ 
iie». , he will wrestle at his 
Iieeseni weiglil |u« to be • 
eimiender Lik-c »i.»»t o« the 
(Uliei wteak**. h»; **.'! <-'"«" 



^riiiut ^•^>al ul ««c wtiuld l« 

1,0 pl«« in a kniftmauiin ' l.-.».« 

veai !«■ *•* -i Naiional (.lujlitycr 

mil two wall hei triwii teuigan 

Ml .\iiicrit.»i> He *a» aba,o!a 

one i,)l itie tofJ wreiHlcra • the 

Unilc4 Suies ai h« wcighi cl*»«. 

In *e N,ICA,'\, *«.« « tsn 

wcighi i'lanac* trim a merelll 

lbs 10 a •allot-mg 175 lbs 

tiiilKi rmiHils out the wcigM 

il»»«'i »nh Mjtt Phcli'K and 

Man Gdonan itafim* ifte !iglMe» 

*eigWl, and Dt*iil rollin* 

riMlmi the hea»y wci|lin 

CoBch Htm Uwclace said * * 

I»r«.,iice,. ' I tel !*<.• team •>'»» 

heller than a»oiagc kids with 

gcKKl a,lenl. and mo*i of tbc teaim 

IS made' tip d (rcAman. Some of 

Ititm pliceil in Siatt loumamenLi 

fof jhcti tiigh ichoots. Some ol 

ihe incoming lalent that coat'h 

1 ..vcljKe said. "1 feci ptoA »lid 

M,i(>p<,»n will come from," 

iiKludes Pnc Bakey. lason 

funica,n<:. Rob Makikc, Rfv 

Villai. Kevin Harrii. and f>»"i 

B.aldas!UifM). I* »l«i mcninvncd 

Sutv« R<*u«k ( a present Hiirper 

f«>lb»ll ptayerj as a hopcfttl 

candidate hit tlw heavy we iglM 

divnn'ni 

1 waicticd ihc- wrestling team 
f>rat,i«ciBg during the week and 
juii i» "ay ificy worked hard 
wouldn I he enough The physical 
*utngth and endurance diej go 
.hf.H.,ch .11 .-aJ'i ol Ihetf [iratucc, 
,ve the average 



perwn j,iai«ing. arnl Hat on ttwir 
liiC »ii,H e»haU'>.tion I w'nuld 
I'kcn wniure U) \.iy ihai '•'" '"■ 
i,hrce iinnuics v^l all oul 
wrcsamg would wear ihe average 
p«i«m conipleiely out' That's 
why wreitlem have ui be m lop 
phyHcal condition, it is a 
nceessiiy m order to be 
ItTOiidaNc i.«iinpctifc*5. 

There is a growing inleresi 
m wreviling around the couniry 
ioda> nwte than ever More 
people are getting involved, hcHh 
■I an active paiwipaw and » a 
fan. One l»i:l remains about the 
Harper wrMller'i and ihjil is thai 
iJry haven t been getting enough 
suppun irom their comiiiuniiy 
Last year 1 was at a Saiurtlay 
match, and a deprc»smg ligure of 
apiwoiimatcly 15 people Itoked 
on 1.1 cheer ibc ICJim Hopefully, 
thai \ all m the paM and things 
will change ,iJiiv vear 

Unlike the W.nlJ V>ccsllmg 
Fctleralion. yem worn «'e one 
rfnntneni wrapping an iron bar 



around ani'llici > neck, nor the 
smashing of .i . fuw m somcone'v 
cranium. Hold on ibough' Bik)> 
slams do eiist! When one man 
lilts another one up and slams 
him to the iiui" "resiling ls 
veryi eicitini; to wath, 

Tfce H»rvx-r Invite on January 
14 m Ike only regularly nhcdukd 
home meet Aay sporung event 
held al liorae is nJvwuageious far 
the team became ol the luppart 
of the crowd Grab a fncud and 
ctwie on oul on Saturday. 
January \* tot ibe first home 
match tel« «how this years 
tcani dial we are a team. They 
dctervett See you there. 

Sandenos outlook-Wnh 
such a young team, the wrestlers 
will have to fight hard » be 
toniendcrs They will have to 
overcome ibt adversity of being a 
colegc team with little school 
iupporl due to having just owe 
home invite. 1 look forward ID a 
promising year 



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VICTORY!! 



Hawks Slide 
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kr StnJj Si<ilv»lnr» 
Staff Wrlwr 

•On «»• «)•) ipi" juw '« ' 
•m » K« (m •<.• ro«l ii#w " 
Yes, yo» luctsed 'l. T»c 

Rf CoIJi fc»l A d«*l rf.<ril 
of the H»*ki mid-slins'*! t^ 
CoUeif of DaPtg* lCOO» 

Thr lisi lime *»»< '"<» 

COi> -J - ' 1(1 iJia i|»iK\ •'!* 
I ()i fcmJinmg »ii.t1 C*>n it 
M;«rr'ft'- *!. COD iiUJKtcrbfitk 
(uri Milkf litre* » «»kf »> 

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(falJXSf'i -*• 

The Char >»* *«' '»■*• 



Hticiv [Jul* C"lt»cl»K) couy nal 
gti hi* hm^ on ilK' t^-ii" «■ t""' 

II «•!'«». CTevolMMf^ rriKicd [»■« 
Ml t«::nv ertd m Uit end »i»e l>y 
ihrCtalf'. to »«"«>• 

Cur< Miller ittvc iht 
<%ai<«i«li w «-»«■«« l«^ •*«• 
),• n*»f«e(l «'A Phil Setflet 

Kjwcrsion «r> Wl tie (:3*p«raU 
.iwesiiucl when Joe Bekhet 

iiMKeiJleil Milk. * j»s.« (a 1 9S- 

yvd'OlMWwm Ktwn. 

"I iMtl tMUiiJc amiii* «> the 
i.wera<^. ••<)■ «Jte running tmt 
«at (toing oumde So. I h»l » 
ii»k: lufe thai n«hi«g |"l 
,.mi!i,.k <:}f mc." cnminenlfd 
Rekha The ,n»i«ehtitt *«« u> 
i,b»u». iikI M>i'fc'.:)ne emit up 
triwite'lliml •■»!'""' '"''■' M'lle" 
Tkulielr*! fc • ""' 

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TlK Ha«ki evened iht sore 
ut I, whei Ireslman Sieve 
RaukuiCk iccofcrcd Miller • 
tumble )U»t ifter Chiparral 
C»lr>s Ctaig iiwenxpusd a» Al 
Sny*;r jm* Ri«iku«k * raovcfy 
Ictl to • Snyder to Neil Bultek 
25-yard li>uch(k»*n Alter Ikat 
it'twwg. Ix«h u-mn* (tiled w i»t 
p>inui on Uw bourd in regulauon 
uinc 

The game finally ended ii» 
dramalk fashion during ihc third 
ovcrume After some lough 
defensive sunds by bolh teams. 
Harper drove within striking 
distance «nd Em Bannon 
convened on a I'»-»!»d field gtMl 
r.irrccunn: In laM weeks 
...flKk-. Bl(;fiAMEOU"nXM)K. 
SiOl:l Miileti nKkname is noi 
■'IhC BATHFi «)M BtlOMrR" 
ll IS ■ ihc BAIHRUOM 
B<:)MHER." 



hf Litu Nuoei 
Staff Mrit«r 

For Women"! He id 
Bailteihail Coach Tom Teachiwi. 
the W«»-«» lejBKin "ill •* ; 
rebuilding ^M. Oiil> t>V 
Kt.phomore center Pucalc 
OXKinoghiie fiw Sihaiimhurg 
fciuras. iJim. yt»- <•* ''*'" *•• 
a IS-12 mil*! ih« wok ihe 
mmwr'-w Jpof m *e N4C. They 
«ere etiminaied by Sauk Valley 
in ihe Sectorial Touiwmeoi (0 
m. when the l^ady H»*ki. lllHi««l 
a lay-up * ihe *mia. 

tin ih* «hcr hand, Ttarhner 
may root have to salt it a 
rebuilding jenr O&moghue 
provMle* o«»c heek of » lamm 
pwith She avetageil a li"l<f I"' 
tncr M [•mnt* • game last 
reason, iiKludtrnf » SO'p>-«m< 
lieilonimi'te againii Julici. She 
eiirMd second learn All N4t 
hoiKKS- All-Reguw bon»rs and 
ilie broke three Khool records. 
High score lor a single game. 
moti points scored (or one 
waMO. and moit pomis scored in 
a confeienc* 



"ll »a.t i gwMl ti«.'»» 'or her 
to make AH- Region alter we 
didn'i even make the regton 
Uiurnameni IJiually. the y re 
named for petiple whose leams 
played M the toiirnament,* 
Te«:hner owl 

The remainder of 
ODomjghues supporting cast 
will he b r Pally Canchola from 
Mt Ptwpcii, 5 7" Kim N<»nan 
ItoTO Hollman fcsuies. 5 7 
Karen Presto from Schaumburg, 
ib" Monua Prerovskj from 
Schaumburg. i7" Amy KormI 
(rim Mt Prospect. V* Jennifer 
Sta*c» I'roni Hoffman l-siaies. 
S4" loann ScaidiM from I>cs 
Plaimes. 5'«" Karen Armiiage 
frcim Wheeling, i'll" Kellu- 
i:>ennii from Schaumburg and 
^S Li« Nowak Ihxn Buffalo 
Grote, 

O'Donoghue. I'redi. and 
[■tcnivskj *ill he inmtltxl <« the 
f.ra ome sinve I'W' *heti Ihey 
played on i Sihaunibuig High 
School icani ihai was the 
Khool s first 30 game winner 
iHid a legKmal Chanipitw liii 



be great hc-cau* we know e«'h 
otlwr nwl we know what each 
oOm (m do.- «yD«»«ch« sad. 

Teichiier mwi i*e Udy 
Kawki omkn* for thia jrear 
"We're ineipcnenced, hut we 
ha«e pjod u/c and quick ftuards. 
0« Conference will be lough 
ihu year. Mcuwne Valley la the 
dcfendini champmn and haa 
ataKM ever>ho<ly h««.;k. Illinott 
Valley is big a««l hai. everyhotly 
tKk. and Coltor of t>iiPage will 
be g«)od Hopefully well get " 
together hy the time th« 
uiumanicni copies ak»g ' 

The Lady Hawks will a|«a 
■lie leafon at home i«Kiin| the 
Haiper Thanksgiving "1 oumarocm 
OB Friday. November 25lli and 
Swirdl?. Nos'embcf 2Hk. 

Naner » Oallook 
(JDonoghuc imut carr*' ihe load 
awl show leadership from the 
opening up-off unul the real of 
the icrtiti i» iolidificd Even 
(hough It s a lobaildmg year, the 
ijaJy Hawki will be one lough 
ie«a conte Mntaence mm 



HAWKS LOSE 
OPENER 85-73 



. 17.7ptTi 
1**, 7pm 

■>'i 7 pm 



\rnRF.ROAPr>iilllll!iCHEDULE 

-n over mtpet Wautawee al Hdrper-S.n N. -x 

,,^,,-, jv.,. Wbcajonai Harper- luc% \.'v - , 

■ KiJiilJi^. Hanwr 'I'haiksi'ivinn 1 .innv.micm 

,\ulnmn l.)pc" p^' \^,, 2S. f>:Kpm ^ ' '^t-. 1 - ■Ip^ 

<»P<'»matchcx Wridft ai Harpt- r-Tue - ■- ■ ..:>»- "?pm 

Har^x-r Th.,mksaiving 1 ournamcm- 
l-n. Nov, 2.S. i-.3pm,'Si»t, Nov. 26. 6-8pm 
Mtileno al HarT'cr-Tufs N,n . :'». !Spni 
Ifighlaiidat Harpcr-nmr> Doc. I..3pm 

WRfcSTiaiT'Vi 
, , NonhemOpen. Madiwin. Wl 

' Samrday Nov. 26. 9aiii 



By taa Naae* 
Staff Wriltr 

The Hari».r Men s Baskellmll 
Team 1 season opened up on a 
sew note as ihe Hawks lo*l to 
MononS5-7T 

The Panthers were in 
conlrol. and for ibc most pan nut 
of danger m ihey were able lo 
stay a step ahead of the Hawks; 
although early on in both halves 
It looked like Harper was gomg 
10 make a game out of it 

In (act. the Hawks were able 
to take ail 181? lead with 1041 
remaimng m the tirsl half as 
l-teshman Jas»>n 8rookJ sank a 
pair of free throws tfler being 
fouled by Earnest, Mackcy of the 
Panthers 

From then on it was all 
Morton A Pantlier scoring drive 
ltd by IJiuien Johns. Marvin 
McCrc*. and Mat key: nipped olf 
liy a vinous slam from Johns: 
put together 15 unanswered 
poinis to put Motion ahead for 
good ai 28 1« The Panthers went 
into the Iwkei nxim al halflime 
- leadmgby ll.» I« 

In the second half, Ihc 
Hawks would gel no closer Ihan 
sevra at * t - » widi le-ss than two 
minuiei gone by as a rcsuli of 



haektoback baskets by Kcvm 
Simpson 

"We had the lead at lK-t.v 
and then we couldn't handle the 
pressure." Head Coach Bill 
Probst said after dK conic«. 

Being unable to handle the 
pieaiure was one thing for sure. 
The Hawks turned the hall over 
Jg iimcs. and were only able to 
shoot i!»8% from the free throw 
line 

Johns led Morton wilh 25 
points. Mackcy with 18. and 
Mc-Otew with IS Simpwici paced 
the Hawks with 14. Brooks 
followed with I.?, and Travis 
Perry added 12. 

The Hawks will try to even 
up ihetr record at M. when they 
travel up to Mc Henry U) face the 
Fightin Scots at McHcnry 
Comnmniiy College. Rl H * 
Lucat Rd . Cryiial Lake, looiglt 
«7;)0pm. 

They them have their home 
opener gainst Waubonsee on 
Saturday night at 7iX) p m , and 
another home game against 
Wheaton on Tuesday night at 
im pm . and then they'll be 
ctwnpeiing over die Thanksgiving 
Toumaroeni on Fnday November 
2Sth and Saturday November 
26th. 



teams up no* 



-captains should sign your 
accepting up to ^ le^nis 
DATI-,S-I>c,b Ihru f^ch 31 
DAYS 'Tuesday's 

in „\(T i rvin, M l^I'lp 
— ILdii M. 

miaMimBiLjmmMaMiMi 

1.1 jin up 'now 

Iti person bi.i' •■■■ 
rOi:RNAMEN'l l>M'' ^-'i "''" ' ' 
riME,-10-l 

PLACE-racqucthall touitv. M Bidg- 
PRIZES- Isl. 2nd. Ard,4ih piacc, 

f I f fM UP hOiK rfffl Wnf f^rwuMt/wat 

f(^TIUITI[i<>-">llliniNGM. 



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Tennis Overview 



Sports Edltnr 

Ho* c«n »<i eiwiHieiMt 
ncMOii end up tn frusuiii«? A* 
the Hmv«' Hawks rnnw iwn», 
Thcv hKl a sm:mg »eaKWi wiiJi in 
U-i recwrJ. awl ■ mxma ptace 




C/h-rMT.., .-ft 

run* in ilw lonli-irm f Wtien 
lh(y goi l<i Rcdtmn.il'. tttf-j 
inioorJ g-iifj! I" NJiii'nJl- hv a 

TTiere w«» ■ uc tetwwrn thitc 
leans foi sceoii'd plate m the 
Rcgionalu The Hii*ki on\| 
ncetled lt> gam a half i>f i l»«nt 
fw a letomJ place md capiua- a 
lk:k«i hx Natitmiih m Antom 
With a chiinct let |»«n ihtf «<) » 
half po»nu. ih« icam louMn i pui 
II wgctlwf to |W) >!>< *>»" P"*'^ 



Hal needal. Oieiyl Hsc/ek cam 
cloacal in h«>« «n»«cl« whci* ih* 
liai twice on • w-hnaiing icrve. 
ti *Bi inked a CtiKinUng 
Rcfioml lur ihc Hawks' leans 
team, but they had ■ fttai seaa*. 
Ct>ach Kathy Oi»mhertain satd. 
■"It ttm m «citin,g wijson. w 
had • giKid giouf) of harciwiwkin. 
girls" Team member Came 
Heislet Mid. "We did all »e couM 
during ihe wBon. We *i>n when 
we shmld have." Thu a e»tdtni 
when you kiak m ihcir xaHiit 

IfBCIfd 

The: tan aiM had a djndciul 
in Cheryl Pi«c/ek She wat 
named the Confeicnee MVP. 
Thai i» • »eiy honorahlc 

disiinciion. Jince the MVP n 
chosen by all of ihe coathes (4 
die teainsi m die conferrnce. 

Kjlhy Chamberlain ».i," - . ■ v 
enihui'iaslic ahi>ul Ow se-iMxi awl 
1) lotAing for»«td to ■«! year. 
She mi^Kicd 'her levon players' 
loyally «nd rcll Ihal ihey 
"dermiiely deserved die firials," 
Thetr spiril and a«omphshtm-ni 
during ihe «:»«)« *cif n-r> 
comoiendatile. 




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VOLLEYBALL SEASON OVERVIEW 



if Mer Sofcy 
Sporti Editor 

Diini be fMfcd hi tlie 

Volleyball jeaBi's (>-« recard. bM 
plate fimih ihu sea-son, Cotk 
Julie Ellclstm likl, *Tfce ratord 
does itoi Ttlleci die nmc and 
«0«rt thai the girls put m ' 
Playci Jawf Word sialod, *We 
all play«<1 lOtlf and dicre were a 
la (jt really ckrnT gumes." 

Ttiai'* die pmhleai widi my 
spoil The tOKird never icflecl* 
the tl'f(iri or Ihe instde 'Wory 
Ciwch Elkfson *ts m* inftirme il 
rat tbf piniuon as v(ill<*b«lt 
c'CNich mill iNmi a week behsc 
Ihe ^amm ittrMjd, Thai ••« one 
d dw pnl^lem^ Tin ie.im bjith 
had »v prj^iKi-t u>i;elh- 1 beuw 
ihey were tlmiM iniii ilie leavon 
We ipcDl our first iiHipIc (Jiacv 
learning cj<.h others playuig 



■lylM," atdXaadi ElMscai. 

Olh« prohleais die leam hiwl 
WIS lencntcd by title nie and 

talltag toUMl early in thc 




alwaf* playtMg caicfctip. By the 
lime we wen; playing itrong. the 

inaicli wai kist.* 

Be»i*-» ihose ad»er!t.ilic», 
{■.•th I llfl«* c«W not prai« 
her leatii cmjufh. Even ih«.wg'h 
'.he would have like a Nggcr 
ii-;iii). she fell die aittt girls' play 
■sM outslanding She h.id 
.)itietlung to lay about luii'li 





Jftm:f Wcrd 

mM- bex "1 hey ncakd id nu^U'r 
dieii srit and {uvses isn uilenv.- I 
i..aiinicnudCiiaLh Ellels.in and ■-- 
we (ouihl ourselves (iettini: 
behind n the si«v carl) and 



SkmmAhtm 



Curia Btmlf 

pi.<>,;i 'Jmi« Word, die team 
.apuifi, wan CNir ben all-art'mnd 
['lj>ft, Nitok- Hollinsworih i*.t.\ 
.> tioiid middle pk)>er, likxker and 
hiiici -Sharon Aherti was an 
cttclleni SfitCf and ran Itie 
offense. Kim Nihmuh was • 
^niart aiid reliahk- player timla 
liiuJ loukl Iv ifc|icntled on foi • 
strong serve ("aila Hcudtr *a.s 



another estcHi-m aW .mmnd 
plavi'r. t-iix-iiali. 
\nnf Tli.iver pl.f- 

Uillcvhall llir lllf I'lM nirif li^r^ 

\cai anil duvcIotK'J fine on 
.tctcim- J,-miiiii Sla-^h «.ts very 
i i>nM'»icni. cvpciiiilly on 
<k"Icii*". 

Eilcl«in gives them trcdil 
for hanging tough despite the 
irains icn.ij. The k-jm also 
produte.) (htc-c eonlercnee 
honorable nieniions: Carla 
Beuder. Shaion Ahmi. and Jaiuce 
■-'. ' , . . ; .'.■' ■.•:li(.ul the 
Tr'a^, h 
I. Ill ii.il. ....|.i. !>■ i..'l.J early 
practtecs and conditioning She 
also enttturagcs any girls 
interested m aihletus lo try oui 
lor the tcairi. 



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troNTAcrroAi'ii w:n' kilakns I'\ r ^.I'-i 



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MilUaa RaiMf Harper Ciillcft 
PalaKar, lllinvi* 



Dri-rmbrr I, 14RX 
VOL 23 NO. 13 






Staklna oiil your book:| 

Ways to buy books 
(Of classes.. 



Pag« 3 



Compl«m«niaryT 
Or dlamatricaily 
j opi>os«dT: Stone and 

Chapman seok to 

guide otHors. 



Pag* 4 



[Hclto, Dollyh'The 

* e Co'dceft* and 

S ■'&' Toy Shop* free 



Pag* 8 



Evarybody't All- 
Anwrtcan' fUm: 

Revie* of the 

[ Warn«r Brothers 

film' with Dennis 
Quaid .Timothy 
Hufto^n and Jofisica 
Lange 



Pagt 7 



Not n«cca«arity In 
'Hlglt Splrila*: 
Another film review | 
by Scott Neidi 



Pag* 7 



Lady Hawk* oft to 2-1 1 
•tart; Team takes 
second m tcte Harpef ] 
Thanksgiving 
Toornann'ent, 



Page 16 



'our-year program at Harper? 



> iamm Laahaiii* 
Sl«n WrU.r 

Finuhr.:,t wiifi ynnr ftr-ci i»n 
jejirs .<!. 
Id IlliT'i 
tjtiiivcr • 

llltlXIK 



pn*k':mi (I'M)' N- K')l»'ftt. a» 
Hari'Kr offictah iir 'vi|wousl) 
pushiiti. alKtad will) piam to km 
ime or mom irf ikc slaic'i fijur-^ 
year univeraiie* lo ihe am Ic 
pswiici'pan; in i tmchekic jlcg'nv 
cciripfcucm pragrMi. 

"We'ie »4)rltmf karil m gri 
c»:f Ike frnt't (our- year 



ii>n''er'«tw» to offer timncs here 
■I Harper or mmewheic eke 
«.drtH ,> ihi'it i'Hjf sjinL^ni'. h k'l 



:.:iue no .»id 
•I !.-,.'t'ix»lx\:'aujif 

".- > ..■ a,i;..ij i.he eo:«« <»r 

prii()kiM ■■HKiated «iiti g'tiing 
iwty to ikaw KlicKib anJ Irvimi 
tin cam-pni," *«nJ Pnul 
"ni'i»«'p«'». prnKlenl of Haiptir 

!'<".r boart! 
mceuni a r&oiuimn mm pmmti 
«'kicli tilled ih'C IllriMi'it 

CoiDMwitti Calk|C Btwd to 



■seek tu|')()-< 
Bcnr <t oi" 1 1 



offK'tjIIj L'lCIc; 

tMjunLlxm 'W>'il 



Illrnois 

li'wi f« a 



Ui« ruhnu by i' 

If ihi.* n-., 



H jirj '.<-■' 



K'l' llbrioK ii.iar.t 
.i.. ;> 1.-. iiH:lf, • 



»ijtk 1,10 lb Ik: lull itut icqucM 
w'ililarrj'rwwecloiil. ■nMjm'pson 
gw.«M<l itial Huipcr wmU retxive 



il .irid 

....-..., , n Hi 
!.ii'- uDiversiiics, 
" i'-.- I'll" mui:h 

'. be 



'!•. . »." •.•,:("■ It'i. " 

■'!' h'.ild in-;' u,,i\'-*:'i 

ai Harper (it 

.. ;ii.'iirhy. thry will 1» 

.;. 1)1 Ifie course-.. IcjclKTS. 

■ -'^.," Ukl Ttwm'ipvm 

HarfKO II lofAmg wjoin up 

- iih <Mie sthtwls m optxwiid lo 

pru'Me ones, many of which are 

eimilmml on ptg, i 



Harper Board elects officers 



By llar^r N»»« smic* 

The H-ir;.'- ' '. i: -i-. IImjc'I 
tiC illMtc. • . .. , I. ,: ..'•,, , . I, t 

the Clllimsi! .Villi i,l'l(KlT% luf 

I ''«« ,W are Chaimnni,, Itotiara 

H,iil,'i|il f>„.l,.l.n.- V,... 



Mccltnp (]( tfie BiiMrit of 
Tni'Steei »iil 'cemimtM" lo he 
heU <» ihe fouHli ni'ufsitoy af 
c-Aih (T'li'inih at ft|t.iii. id the 
Hi'iard Room of Ike 
,'k.i-n.r'iiiiiratj(im, .Builil'mj. 
"I awt KcKcllc Kewti. 
f'ncfplk'im Itiii yi'ir 



nionihlji me'Ctm|,» at a 
Commmee ol ihe Whok,. 
Ilme in no iTWTiing icheduW 
for Dfccn'it. • • ' , .•,nmns 
Jimiiary ihc»e 

niicewifs '» ■■ :' 

xioM U'. 
nhmth .It 




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Observatory to house telescope approved 



Ht nutm raiiiiwiKi 

st.ff M'rlur 

Hie t*«ervaiiiiri. ■ •, , i' •, 
Viaine a projeci ul Harper 
Ct'Ileje after gaimng uiianiiioii.<i 
ilfwuvil at ihc 'hiijird of msiee-i 
meetinjj un No'*"emte' 22 

The hi:'ard' *ei a mMiitnim 
limtl of S:W. (Km thai eiin ht 
i|>:m on the <*ser-»'ali'«ri h„t t. .^ 
mil iillccaied mtf nirm. 
proics'i 31 iha time 
:-.|'=i' ^'11 

". .-. !,fu.- H'liriiiiii.i'i, , |.i| (,, 

'S'vi»»i 'U'l M< (<:«i 11 the 

' '• !cJ ai» the 

..Ic'^iiin, I'f 



II I ■- 3i*m ;.j."i*ne 

■ »i)uW tewin- 
bl( a ..it uui <.il<> Aiiti a di.mw of) 
II 7 he dome woutd ha%t an 
ahuninum '.lujing dour lo prevni! 
iei% lo the -.ky when the 
hlc^.iiv II n^n in u«. This u 
I he tint [ilex I j'nd the apt st 
I "cri sunt Sijiuni. 

I he >cii«itl iMBsiWe tlcsifn 
*hdi Sipurj alb "a .itmiie 
AitU a tji-me ■ i ' ' '' ■■ f 
irrirTef wkiih 

1 I _i .,K, 




\kh 1 



..Kllf IB 'Dtllll 
■ ' ■ ''' ■"!» 0(l,l»J 

■* kricy, 



Si(MCra 
to he jh~. 



•-mi: 
the 
of 



iPPimOHHWb 
nllcGlngJillcaLi 



Dtipi'im 1',- 
aiid Stpn-tii 

TIm' di:<iHiiw:'in of Ike iC'lencniie 
wa* 'the taialyn ihn «l Ike 
ohwrvjtO'ry [»o_|C« mio mrtion. 
mxcmtmg to Sipirra 

■"Han'rnji lliii .gifi •'iriuan 
>l>oppi;d into mir lap wa!> i 
\ rnixJera e*|mv'alr>'i, 
« ofw t'oiild prohaM''- 

■ *'' ' •' • - ''■'" 'K'll 

.'.ill 

ibc III 'iH 

»nd g>' , . ,i„-r 

cowiol, 'iw:i,ij SipiCTi, 

"Oiif 'it ope hit* an nwcnn 
"■"'■ '"' '■' '--"-••- '*'h,tth main, ii 
t »ki,e:». The 



■'Cpb renily ha-v 



'' > '' ■"■» ' •■• — ' Hill, C'tlifoiwa 

10 liglii and |ioiltiui)n ikan ike 
kif Kope The pnihleiii wlih the 

pilable lelesc'opes i* itiat you 
lose so m'uch ume in sw up and 

'tweak drM'Ji of lAe munimenu alt 
t,i"i.- iim<-;" viid 'tipie'm. 

'■' '''t..'i'i"i 1.;, Imology has 
'!"■ <i/i:' nl the rrl.e«-opf 

I..II , ,i:,i , \V./ h.,i'.i,' III ..iii 

('■' ■ *• ■ ''I'"'- J ii.l.,"»i |'», Il-ijl liait. 

iikc a tiiest'ujxv (Full) aviei'ii" 
Med the ieie>.t»>pf rs cifthi feet 
i*>ng and weigh* I *"i ■'' 
The (ac'i 'ihat itie u-i 

.ilI'llhJlH- glK'l, II a h,..,.,..^.,, ,,_,[ 

We ,ha'*e an iinpreswn; 
■■ . . . itijiTt I'hat is the C4jin%'a 

icni. ..I ' |"^^ll■U^'l(-IH^ 

.itailaM, , , 1.1 

""*'itfi uur 'ick M . .jW' wc II 



have an e«cellcni view of ihe 

plai«:i!f. ncarhy gaiajiicf and ihc 
mtam." lalcU Sipicm. 

Viewing Ihc giilaJH"- from 
Haiper'i obscrvau'in l^ ,i ( Uis for 
llie college ami the comnmniiy 
The li'lescope cciuld he iiuliKd 
duru'ig labs by ihc four set lions 
|( '\ST 1(11, and lor an advanced 
.i-in>n.>my tlas.t (,«iST 10!) 
whith could he added lo ihe 
iiirritulum. The ob.«.'rva,tory 
woutd be able lo offer progranw 
10 edunate die tuminunily atnul 
!•■• '- '- ' "^ '.>. to UM- a lele- 
1 ^f.:^nii.' ol ihe 



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■j^tKMmwmmmimimwmMmMmmmm 



4-year at 
Harper 

•my inieiesiol in Uw !WOP»<». 

ftecause of ihe »wJW« difcltmca 
iti wiucio ■(■«». 

leading the f»A ngM «»• 
■re N«jnh«*«eni, Univcmiy *i"l 
mmoi* Sm* Umvcrati. 

"BoUi !•»« e»pr* »»*■'' *" 
imewa in pro»i«l«n| )»«'" """l 
Mniur kvei claiMt tte the (oik- 
ytMi degiee flfoirw." *»*'* 

We •!» liM* (wwaiil » 
ttlkMit 10 Uniweniity o' lUi"««*. 
eittet Cjim,i;»>in. iir Chttago. and 
Nwthcra lllinoo l)ni»e™t». m 
well a* ulliers." ■<»»• ■IlMnnpK*. 

Pwiently H»fli« 1»m •» 
aiiMiiieM villi NodlMtm lUiiMli 
Uitlwnily wJ t-vad cither ■*«« - 
year collegeji md Vmmams 
winch till« limiwd huchckif * ana 
iiii.«cr*i! degree prognmi ai 
Hiiper and various other kicat 
liies. TJie new f'"*"*"' *'""'■''' 
fieaily e»p»i>d ihw propara. 
tifwnini ll up » "Mff stiKlcntJ 



and allow itig a moi.: ...riH''''- 
fihwe of *|H.» 

AiioilKr ainnnunity ttilteg". 
College of iJike Couniy. w *l«> 
ta*ing to eifW'l "- <rvu^-vlP 
wcWe a (out-).:-"' '■'■'^'"^■'" 
(k|f« imigr*'"' '-**' '«""* '"5* 
IWJticit aitaitolion jinutar iti lit* 
d fcj the HiKtp** College 



"Holiday 
Spectacular" 

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perfomiers 



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-ir a »« can he t-htm'n thai 
i*fOH*enienl lor our auikw* amJ 
the slwlcnis' ol i»ii' (..■('"*•«<•• "' 
Lake Ctwraty then there »* a 
«s»ihil>ly W>ai there ttwld he' 
M><ne «Kt of a" atreemtm 
*»>«ehy lh€ two k«»«1» «"'•' 
ihare the foar-jcw hachelur 
Jffwe completion projiam. 
ThtinilJwn comwcnwd on the 
dewkipMeiii. 

As faf •» the pijssihiluj' c«i 
Harper Collefi- someday 
■teoming a low -yen tollege. 
'ThonipMHi conuraueid hy vi'- 
thai he think* 'this <* '■ 
nnl.kdy H-tiiu* of the way "' 
*hK:>i commun.iy cottefe* •«« 
fii« t'oriTied and even if il *ere » 
real possibility » m^)' «'*' •■■■*** 
he dcsiraWe " 



Observatory 



cOTtlBaiH tTom F«t« • 

I reality a* funds coniin«je to 

eomeitt. Stiidcni jcnaie donated 

« $5,000 class gift (Rjm iht l<«ll 
miliiitiitg etas. A iuml-rajsing 
dinner honoring aslronaul 
Haninom Schmiii raised m»re 
than SIJWI, The Northwrsl 



SuNirhan Atnomtmy Cluh h«» 

(jleJifed to r»se the funds for th« 

ob.«r\'a.u>ry'» d<»r. Sipierm h*jpe« 

Uui mi lamtollan will ht neixW 

Stptera ha» applied for a 

gram ihnwgh die Itope' College 

EiilcsllMinal Fiwmtolitwi lo axure 

oiUillawil funding Fundini i» 

also 'bcmg raised through the 

ongtung 'buy a hnck" campaign. 

tf yoit wwld tike M) make a 

i-Mitrihwlion to the 'twy a hnck' 

(,-jim|Tjijtn in n |X'i«wi»l <1oiaU»»n 

. . .iiUlI fjiil StiHcfii. at Z72b. 



II. T«r< Vantha 
^t»« Wflttr 

DuriBi thri holiclay seaHJn. 
*M. fte: l^.. Harjiet"* Rliyihw .»d 
VI.. v« n.M>ce Company *ilt 

.,1 uoi a *try speoal toliday 

(Kiltxmance. The *o« is. cilled 
the "Holiday Spetfiirular" . and all 
hcm-fus from Itie perfofmancc 
will p:> 10 ihc I'.S, We Cans 
Fund' The fwd *'•* *" "f *" 
I\-ler Sohy, an tmutcd Manx'r 
..uui.-ni tn heir ^''viT the 

11 in .iinriMWirig Uif 
. ! yi.u. ihc (tunpany 
witncl to of let aid to Sohy. and 
canw up »«ih ihe concept (or ihc 
*o«, BhyAin and Moves would 
like lo repeat their support u> 
Sohy again ihi* year, w the 
aim^pany *iH he sponsoring the 
second "Holiday .S'pe"-" »'"'"" 
Commwiiy Vam-iy Show 

In order lo make this show 
aoothei sueceis. Ihe company is 
looking for various acis 
tAinsi^titig of dancers, singers, 
.iclarv, mtmcs, haion Iwiflcrs. 
Jiuial groups, efl., Pcrlormcn 
are weltoiiie from ihe communmy 
.li *ell. as Uarpci students , 






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<Vudilu,ms will be held on Friday. 
Dct, ;■ >ti Budding M from 
1 lopm in h-Mipm, The 
audiiitms *ill Ix- by jppoinmicm 
orily. and tan scheduled by 
tiillmg Cindy Eagels at WT 



illK,). cm. :466. 

Ticketi for the Holiday 
Speciacular" are on sale ai the 
Harper Box Office. Tickeis will 
cosi SS For tickets or more 
mliwrnation. call .W7.1000. cxi. 
2M7, 




tttodTGalileo 16 years to master the universe. 
You have one night 



short h.Hi^ ti. k'.«Ti \<HU M.u spills troir. M.ur sdullius Ixturt ilu 

Pvr. . «tM'ii the subuvi nuiniT > dull \mv miml «ill Mdv i.i/ni > idi? 
^";iu*oLl u'nl Muinii. nu^hf 1... c.u.ld luiu. iiniMtifd die m.1.i 

wsteni ta>uT m.. Reviw witK VIVARIN . 



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Tut Harliliiltr D«:wili«r I. HWt 



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Staking out 



■y MIthitl* Ottrmwikl 

Vtalsrti Edtiur 

'you ham you Itavc lo read 
•between the linet to |ei Ule 

mtm cm of myihrng. 1 want ui 

jwrtiiaA; you lo A) Mimfihinjj 
Ci|iial)y imt»iuM m ll)c awfsit «l 
)n>ur rc»JiHg ' 

"1 wiiiii nt [>er«i»Je ytw l> 
Atiic (MlK'Hii itw t>m"< ' l''nl(S!> 
«oti ili> you vr not liicly to ilO' 
itie mosi ell'iLirni kitul <>( 
reini'in;." utffi M.'mm« J.. Adkr 

m l»t>i. ir,i ■■■■■- " ■ ■ ■ ■■' i-v 1 

BikA," . - - 

No» ilMi. H«]x» fcii paiKwd 
Itie drofi' (bile 1Vn I !„i:W5 th; gtTji 
ptiili' 14 on U'- ' ■ ■;■ 

milk' rcuLuni: . 

will help ihiC iiwlcni or any avut 
lewlcr comiveliciKi and ibsoib a 
given liifrwy work • nuiuig 
nolct in the boofcl and 
higliiiglttinK .llie nolcwwtliy' 
saxwni. 

He argutM t)ul like ftxid. 
"J«K*s. i(w, mmn he atawtied ui 
yout UootfUKMfll. Ml do yew any 
pMid...' 

Put of liw chann of buying 
u«cd hixk% 11 a mcaii ]mvii*w of 
the <;!•» pm tiom§ u uluc l>y 
rMdtng Mine«]ne'!i iKUei ia the 
m»rj{ui»- 

! twwitit a um4 iNXtl hsl 
•iemcitet, towcvci. and aliwit 
llic cMift ImmA WW hifh-ligltted 
in yt'lk»w 



Adkr iiresics ihai i»ic objaci 

of «d«-Miting is ki irlcftivcl; 

rhi'xisc ini'paruini poinu, ideas a 
Ihought- pniV'iAing pii».U||;n . 

Adk-r las iietemincd thai 
(li(-f<- iirt life* lypci of iMWtk 

■•r^^ h»» all Itie suimtanJ 



"(This per ion would 
(wotahly like to make l>«:«ks his 
own, bill ii resuained by false. 
rf:pfrl for their pliviit'al 




^ ^_ii^^i^^ 1^^ 1^^ 1^^ ]|^^ n 

book 



■ 111 trn-m Jog- 

Ljied. shaken. 

•''"■'tal u»c, 

u> from 



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uniouched. {Ihn 4cluiU;.l 
individual twnf wood pulp and' 
ink, noi lM«:*»,)' 

'Tlie leeomd has a fieiil 
mwy 'kwk,j - a fern of ili«;m rcjul 
ihrougti. most of th*« dipped 
inio bill all of ihem as clean and 
shiny as Ihc day they were 
Niuf hi. " 



m rii.i 

eamJ 

kmseio '.'• 

marked ium 

[roouobikli , -••ri>>u(b. 

brxAs. i" 

llhder wi nr;:i.!tn<ti'-. 

■iir own in mn i':i-a' 
.Hill iii.j«,iiij! It (mly your i.i»n by 
filling It with your ideas ais well 
as ihi'Me of ihe aulhtx. 

At cording lo Dr. Adlcr. 
"reading a b«»k should be n 
convcrsMion between you and ibe 
iuihor, ll'ndcnlanding a a two 
*av uperauon; leamm| doesn't 
tvmsisi of being m empty 
nx-ei)!**." 

"The leamer has m question 
hiiBKlf and (juesuon d«r teacher.' 
Adler giwi lewnl pomieri on 
devises for marking a btwk 
'imeUigenlly and fruilfuUy." 

1) Underline the major 

|N.)inLS 

2) Set vertical Imes al llw 
mjirgin to emiihasi/e ti suiicmeni 
alfOHly uixMtnetl 

J) Place iiaj*. asierisks or 
other dwxtads al Die isargin (or 



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laken from The Paideia Bullelia 
.Sept Oel Itii Vail. IV< mi. 4 

tlie ten lo iweiiiy mo»i impiaiam ilieif m word* 



sia«menb m ihe 'N:»* 

4) Put numbcrti on the 
margin to indK-aie the sequence of 
points the author makei in 
developing an argumm 

5) Wna- the page numbers of 
other pages where the author ciie« 
relevam makrial 

6) Circle key words oi 
phfaics 

7) Write pcnKml noiei or 
qticiaion answers in the margin. 
at the io{) or hoiuim of the page 

As for the reasons why 
marking a facKik is indiiipeMable 
fa rendrng: 

a) ririi, it keep you awake 
andakn 

b) second, reading is 
Ihinking and ibinking e.ipii:sM( 



c) third, writing helps you 
remember the ihoughts you or 
the suihir expmsMid. 

"Even if you wrote on a 
scratch pad and threw the paper 
away when you had finished 
wnting. your grasp of the book 
would be surer... but you don'l 
have 10 throw the paper away.* 

Adier agrees tbai die matting 
of books may slow down the 
reader. This fact, he eiplains. is 
the pnmary rcaison foe marking. 

"In the case of good hooks, 
the point 11 not 10 see how many 
of ihem you oui get through, but 
rather how many can get through 
you - hciw many you can make 
your own.' 



The Quad 



By Miiaa Isa 
ftaff Wrlttr 

V;noui sctilpluna have been 
teuling al Harper, lately. 
However, iberc itill remaini an 
empty area a Harper in need of 
sttmetbing that provides an 
" alien ucai'geOer'. 

What IS going lo he placed 
on ihc squarc-plaia between 
buildinf F and building D' 
.Anoiher sculpWR? 

Aafcing various audcnis who 
walk by (his area daily, they 
res|N)nded with tht following 
suggeaiions: 

"Another fascinating 
KUlplMie!* 

"Hopefully, someiliiiig noae 
colorful and ical. hot bKMr and 
uneiplainable.' 

*A water founiain.' 

"A rusly piece of steel - 
•■ork." 

'Not another iculpiure. 
ptea»!" 

Sarprisingly. no one 
comoMnioi on the thougjit of a 



tHlue The <|uesuoii arlwa, thui. 
what ahimt » statue? Wouldn't 
dut lie ifipnipnaie enough' 

Rumor has m thai Harper tit 
going to place a iialuc of 
William Rainey Harper, himself 
Bciidei the fact that our 
community college is (jailed 
-William Raincy Harper". «ho is 
Wdliaia Rainey Harper' 

He was much more thaa a 
mere teacher and wnicr. So«e 
thought him as an intellectual 
being and a "num of visum" But 
more than dial, he became the 
first prcawkai of The Univer«tr 
of Chicago, and the fimmder vt 
the communuy collega 
eMabludnneni 

Pulling William Kainey 
Harpa m the aiidst of Harper 
College iidds 10 Ibe .ueni;lh of 
Harpers e«cellerir as a 
conirniuiiiy i-ollese and sen an 
csample lo current and futunc 
prospective students in me 
conlinuauon of education. 



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HarWnfcr Dwrintxr I, IWt 



pugt 4 



Complementary? =_=^= 
Or diametrically opposed? 



«» l.K» Audi 
suit Wrtwr 

Heft pn ihf Haiipcf eiim.(Wi. 
i-el 10 g'ii:i(k 

-^ m IJH- l»ll:|ti.ll OC ITM* 

...fh alboiii (li«*rpii|, putm. In 

Over Ike [iwJ sumniief. Dr. 
Clmpman. Profciior of 

rtlilnifophv .1>V' ■■■ 'TIC, 

Amiw: I..IIC I" ■-'' 

PhtkMctphy hiiil ihc (■iiv!i.;t>:' of 
bfimi mviicil ii> prt'M-ni their 
- -ryn « ihc Fir*i Imfnuuifml 
lercnte u«i Phikwoptiicil 
..i-ologv 'I'l'n' ii'iifercace »» 
held m' ••■ C«»lk|C. 

Onfonll ■'■' ' ■ '>'i«<J, 

Somcrvilt*. d •omens 
college, li. noifd fw prtstigiou-i 
gfadiiiatei: Prune Minnier 
Mariuel ThaKhcr ind DtwotHy 
Sayers. n nK«lic«»li.»i, mti mysicr) 
»ri«r, Oxford tas a rK*. liKrirj 
tradilion. tk-gtrming m the 
thirteenth tetiiurv, Apiinst ihn 
biKkdnip. the i*w JikIiw* cnicred. 
The Highland* ln*ui,ule (ot 
Amertc-jn Religion* Tlwiughl 
invtK'J IMS Su-mt and Chd:pm:m, 
the iinl> two tommunily follegc 
IwwIesMi's m aiimtiiice, 

A gKMip of (i(ty KhoUfs 
pre«mcd formal (Hipen, ami ten 
fated ihe iignrs o( cntiiiw Thc\ 
caniat *i% (nvikge thrimsh ihcir 
icput-iliiin liir otcllciu, i: m 



Dr StiMv [wat«-il rh.irmaJ> 
I'oi'. "devclofntii; his umn cfnl'W' 
ophy- He tCliapmanI analv»ett 
otir eiperieKir of the limiu ip 
our wm li»es, md the piwsitiU- 
ines of OUT iioiKuwieiW'" Sl«»e 
aUeA ifcat. -(■ivi..m.ii.'.. »r«... 
menu lead i'^ 
tan ttliMiaii 

btmg.. 

Dr. Ctapmw's (<,f«"'''»^ 
111 HiKpet tead lo the io(>it: ot hit 
juper A I'at'itllj roenibei fof IS 
ytitrs. he (owid thai il*'»e »ct* 
reprccnuuveii of '•anous rtli- 
gions in one t1a». With »uth 
d»»ef»ly he "faced a challenge" •- 
the chatlenge of diffetcnici. 
tiTKWig uudenis. 

"Wuraliim has in ptohlenii, 
I tari'i just asiumc that every «« 
knows what I'm Ulkin| iihiwl.'* 
nalwed tliajiman 

Dr, Stone respei'is Dt 
Chapman and his work uijinjj, 
"He IS a fine represenuitive of lh<." 
new style t»l metapihyws:" 

Mofeovo, Sujnc admits "It's 
(an to have an important 



tfcim. to live wiiJi. the loss of the 
uinmate without dcspat " <itrint 
eiplainnl that we can li*r quite 
well »ntioul iin ultimate, and 
Ijial fcspaii ikKiH'i nece:S'Si>rtl> 
fallo* Itns rcaliMUon. 



DiametricaUy: i ) "i 

or along ii tliamctcr. 2] 
Jf,,;. ■ -' ■■ : 'in opposite, .t' 
cm : irrtTu-f. etc 

(hat is wholly so; 
L-omplete. 




philosophy. Both Stone and 
ChjipnuM) puiMishffid thieir woiki.,_ 
,M:ilM-wgh ihey have radcally 
dif'fewm view* t» the e^faence 
of an uliimse heing ((;oi,)i, limh 
m,cii ar,' --'-•-,-•■< of the 
Highlari' 

Dr ' ., !.,.,.- "."H't pre 

st'iiied; at tin' cont,, 
lioponaBcc ol the *»■" 
mf for llukisoiihitai r'lw-oiO((»" 
itiadf w ariiumrni (ot a ufitCkUt 
,.Tiiiivin (if ihr 
(hmugh th,r 
■11 iiifcm n> which every 
m reble-e,»peri,cnce. He 
..n,>.(u(»it!*««<l Ait i« two » "■■>■ 

•Tliiwiih > "Omwwi 
of 'iiiysiery' in nimire, s»*' u , 
human Incmlship. aid ail »h,iih 
all pe«;>ple feci ' 

■Thn,>ugh imiologM-'at shwk. 
which K the ,real»,a(iM ih,al our 
euaencc a lempcicary. 



J,f ,B UCll 



unly viewol the White Cliffs of 
n«,ive» frtmt ■ ihi(i 

The English preleicnte 
uiwaid Ihc lehahilitalion of 
huililmfi t'jvf Chapnmii a 
lasii. '''1. 

: !mittc(! thai 'I*.' 
,<rd. 



lopoliun in.it most kI ihc 



ihaSftnging idcali in llic 

uriivcn*," 

Privately, ihci* men con- 
suntly pi.i(«.-J eiith other . 'The 
words tv-spet,'i. values, morals. 




Complementary: 1) 

tiolpiht; to conNlilucc a 
whole oi to supply a lick. 
'Zi iriuliially providing 
cac'h mht-r s needs. 



the At'f.ll's exjiert wtUKxvi in ihe 
(:'reij(nm(,i»i Tnat at Llllle 
Ktick. Artansite, 

Dr. rhapman praist'd Dr, 
Smne Hi "». syviematic critical 
thiiikci " 

Along with tlK senout lu,-,.i 
lit «an:hini: lor ilw irulh, Nnh 
men fouiui time to »l)«:irh «>me 
ot tk- sights ol England, 

Dl, (1w,pniin was ihnlled Hi 
step «» British 'SOil lt» the liir 
lime since, in the past, he hail 



poipli" in a loc.1,1 ','"" ''■■ ' ■■' '■■■ '' 
foietgncrs, who weie using to 
help ,each other lifiuri.- out the 
mutually loreign nMincl.ir> 
system 

i ji . ■ ilii* month. Df 

, 'ictl a paper on 

W.iiiiui. „,i,..3 tlic 'Divine" at the 

American ,Acaile,my of Religion 

Convention 

Sione'i prencntiition was 
aKiut 'Gt:>d as t human symlKil 
for >ll oJ' the creative fortes and 



and admiration cimc up again and 

again In ttie presence ol cich 
other, however, the words 
-fuiKtaiittitiilly wrong" surlaced. 
"PhilOMiphy is 001 debate 

The object i» not lo win." Dr. 
Chapman Hiid. In hi« paper he 
'Litcs. "As with any Uieory. it.., 

iriMic-- ..lUcgial challenge and 
vorrecihin 

Why hoih o( these aien 
hcsiimc sc. successful is obviovt 
alter seeing thctn mteraci 
iDgcthej The rapid foray of words 
and ideas left anyoije else m the 
room outside of die ctmvcrsauon 
'.pccialot to somc,il)iilg 
idpa-sp. 

>omchow thi- combinauou 
of these two minds resulted ia 
much iTtwc than cutn,-.' cimld he 
;:,il,i^ric 

f-iif .i l»iilh..'r Kok tiilo I> 
(■hapni.in^ '*i-um>.'- ihc Uhrary 
ha* i*ci ol Ills hooks A- 

B ,ta «ru i, ittn iii i - „.G . G . i m g'i 

Comnbution hi Ihi; F l»,^ltnlUy 

ctLatL .Lmpi r' t al Thwipgy ■ ■"<* 
itmgAJto.K, Typgj 'gf Biitgmm 

fcliBaii'KCa,. 



lPfe«l!l>*J,/o*«S'o:,n>l' 

^■ollcjtguc- like Chapman, who is 

gMd„t)titwioni(,'"" 

Tlie ftiiidinrnial dillerence 
Knwecn these two unuiw men 
came » light, 

'Df, Stone aiUteised pan o( 
ihis difl'erenc'e m 'the piipct 'pic,', 
■„„'iii,cd over the summer. "'Whil 
:if;i,ous 'Natural i',ni (".in l„eillll 
,in langdon l,.ilkc>,' Stone 
liuinuins ttie absence ot a 
("uidint" Oil ultinatf power in tin: 



II) Mima lia 
siiff Mrlttr 

,Haip.:.-s newly adopted 

program. PROJECT TEAM 
(Togelher 'fine* Achieves More), 
takes Ihc asi«t.«, t>f Harper College 
into Che commttnity. 

Project TEAM, (in agta-ment 

nith fiistnci IS aikl Willow Bead 

\ h. .,1 dii.ws H.iii:iet's stuifcnts. 

,.uli> the opptirtunity 

.Kill, filih, ansl ii»th 



'•f f « 



or e 



ISritliMs 
TiK- 



uliijue of 

<,„ . , jihilostiphy 

.III ultim.iic source of 
' ,|,,' tit'., ' (foiti our 



itiiC pa,it,suios attd p,rc»uii[K,isitn«n 
found. Ill Kwnce," 

Oi. Stone countered f oikey. 
"Aftbough we can ipc:t ol Cm! 
in a revised sense. *t, ha^e to 



stinlenti are "at-risk"' 
■ ■ -n a 

- ',.ii,»i,iiii,s ••,.<, ....>». Iis',d 
selected Harper 



i : 'Iveniciii allows 

ill) I- > . , I Uiowls^dge for 

hi* itr MiAiits and tutors 

Devotion to the children 
losteis sell csieeoi which tiixiis 
iltior* to ihcir future hopes and 

dopiin 

;, .il College 

Rel.,,' ■■■■"■ SI. ..■■■met. 

sui.,, '■''* 

• r I -tml 

,in:lniS to all," Mi«-tni,fr 
,:,,imjal, "Tin: mam thing is tlw 
ti,:i(Hoiiuin,-ni ,iiij the ilcsire lo 
Piinti'itsiii 

..ilumeers wtil meei 

;nes*iy aftcnuion from 

■ .,1,, ■.' pm, at Willow Bend 



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iibooi during, the spring 
si-inestfr 

Each v<ikinl.-iT sciacs a^ a 
ri, ill-, model lor a paniculai child. 
uigi'thcr the partners help 
iu timplish stuify imprnsciiK-nis, 

Anjonc inl.:t.-,i.',t in 
panici(Ktting in Pu'jcu 11 AM 



■shoul,) Liiiiuici Elaine Stoemier, 
(Xlice 111 CollcK.,' Relations. 
Building A Room ,M4, for an 
application. 

An inlomialional meeting 
will be held in the Board Room 
on December 7..ii I't '■" j m 



Editorial 



Tb* Ilarbimicr D«eeiiilicr 1, tWt 



MP ' 



Response to Clearbrook 



concern about 
accessability 

editor 

ih€ way mw Uk i«*t»n| *ret, 

"Then were mt UtOmt amps f« 
■Heektiiiim. B« Itai a» ii inij. 
oiii trslMd Aaff of ipccialiim 
miMMwrnl out tewiteniii iis ticil 
ihe> were tbit »I>«1 sealed 

Al Clciiftwtiok , wr arc 
iJcditaicd 10 i«i*e ireainfM of 
haiiilu.:apix'<l milivi»lujl». ihai **■)' 
may aiuin iticnr hjgticti level of 
(tevt'tapmeni. «) *<« li*t» 4re 
full ami pniKlticftve mtd ■wiisfying 
lo iljcmwl'w* iimli contrihuung 
iiiemhfT* o( the cowmimuy "' 
whith ilitv live 

The »orl we do n 
pffliimaiinglv sk>* *ntl om fKMhs 
ifc nfc wuii nhtutilev PefM>« 
ifte niijii itHiiJuJus. hurdle we 
have 10 Jtale « llK faci ihil even 
m ihi* et* o( enhghlened 
tt»iiiim|, *e MC ItKited uptjn 
(lefalively. We art pcreeiveil a* 
"reuids". «*)■•• human, unwonhy. 
to *eir ignofWK*, IWJpU' finfl m 
(ng(>K-ning, They don'l warn ui 
in dicir ncighhijihtMid"<. m iheu 
shop-* or reslauranis. and 
twwibty. evtw in their coileics, 
BctauM *e me differenl. our 
ilignity IS wamplcd upon or 

We lue I'uiMNJS if the luthiw 
of the article holds biased hcliefi 
similar lo those just destrihed. 
What IS » *a«i il«i shtx-king lo 
m. I* diM ll«» pitjudice « prinlttl 
III ■ cnHeir ■|*pei Ouil a»sitmctUy 
tepiesenw a ctimmiimcni lo 
knowledfte. to undeniandng. The 
author's %'iew fail* Itt 
■tluiowWge us m my way t«l«r 
tlHin lo imply we ate dismptive. 

We would I*e lo pnjpose a 
challenge lo your seiBtUvity. » 
youi malunly. » tfx' keerancss o( 
your tnquirini! minds We mviw 
i*e edilorn and sBifl of Harbinger 
to sjKnd a day * 'ih us Come se*.- 
I'lW yourselves how we work, 
tow we kam, how we play, 'how 
wt ((row Vtewi the world for one 
Jjiy from ihe persixtuvc of ihe 

handicaptied and then w rile abtxii 
us n real lertns. 

We I*:m)Ii forward lo vouf 
teply. 
Very truly. 
ioKph Lawhf 
.AiiiMWI .AdlD'inuinHlir 



.. 1 . u i_ ...mmmtm tn m Utitr 1 rftei»iil. Pltw* refer lo 
This tiHtufhil !•■ ■ WHpiillt m ■ wirr I n-ii« .» 

:i.re/r.:'fmrr ,i:r.::rr^':i f ---c 

Torriiice'* ft«li*»»- , i.„„»|,-rt n- and 

paptr can be fn»»y iritKl/ea ror rn, » \(UINT>K« how* 

of ill editor* if* very deiKcaird and p»l ■» "«o" 

""I l«JnT«''fc.M llMper Coll.!. i» "»«* "!(■"«' '"' '* ';»*:i!* 
1 *f «»•%'''••'■ "7'^ Wf do HOI trmiiilf «r deny the 

SS: -^ irS;:i:d';rrrH.r.er .01... recmtl, .r«««d 

C I ear brook *s 
handicapped 
Lttter to the 

mm Mr. Ray: 

Wc 'taive real an iiic«yiK>iia 
Kcoiint in I re:ecnl eAmm of 
HarNnger Tcgarding die "Story 
Lid'y": TO' <|uiile the ■nicle. "'Tlie 
■udleiK-e. however, ww not siIcm 
diarinig most of ihc performanet. 
It wi« mterspeneil with mi;nialty 
diisaWed ,:-hililren.' Pleaw, allow 
111. 10 m tlir ■Ksmii siniiftii. 

Early »n ihe monlh of 
October,' (he Siudenl Atuvily 
Offite .11 Hjtper College 
conljcted Kim Kvise, Cleartrw* 
Commons' l.)m,'tii>r Of 
The rape i.tiK: .Avlivities. »d 
grsKioinlv inviied up lo t»n« 
hundred of O'Ur handicapped 
elieiit* 10 aiwul Jatkie forrerkie s 
perfocmaiKe, Ms. Rose csplained 
to iIm; taller ihat all wnety .two of 
our icsidcnii are adults ithey 
rM,ge in age from IS lo 63) and 
that many are multiply 
handicapped She noted llioi our 
people are jowelimes 
umptediciabte and may on 
occctim tmmm iMpinipriiiie.. 
hii weit an (ncident lo wear, we 
would remove our people as 
miickly as (Ktssibk from the 
pnrfivmuice. 

Ms. Rtw wit immtd ilicic 
would be no problems because 
Harper's aU'diKwium facility had 
been duTsigncd wiili an eye nnward 
handicapped accessibility. Ms. 
'ront.nte'» (CrtoniMncs »s known, 
to be paiiKuiar'iy .iniiwiled and 
wouki certtiiily Mfiiviie even the 
most liaiied span o( alteniion. 
This being the case, plans were 
nijik- ui iirinjr .'" i>t ..nir resitleilB 
to Ihe Sttiry l..,.idy"' pertorniaiwe. 
niiouih Mi, Roie s effoils. 
etn mff «ai scheduled and 
tpeciii! ammiemcBis » ere made 
with the cooperation of Day 
TtitniDg for S'[j«tial Needs 
(DTSN). U) Ui.ke residems from 
thea classrwjms early .A bus. 
(pecifujily designed lo 
i»(:coii'm«ijie handKapp**! nili;..n, 
wai ordered for raiisptmal*:io. 

Amvmg at Harper, we soon 
learned that, in fact, the 
audisorium is not designed 
reaUsucallj fm handicapped 
people, Suir ireadt are l<w slwrt 
in ilepih.. hand rails are uattable 
■mi enend only abswt a ihtrd of 



llaiidieappt<l Awarcneti days Ihrough Disabled Sludenl Servi.es 

(In Ihe nlher hand, ( learbrook was uhsolulely oirrecl in 
idenlifvinjt H»rpcr as out i»f lh« tourees of this misundfrMandin)!. 
Studrnl A.t.vilies misinformed Ms. Rase about Harpers hiindirupptd 
.iimvilnlin Having spent an entire day in a wheel chair I can testify 
al.mi; iv.ih Kohyn Davis. manaKine ediUin that Harper needs lo keep 
htilh e.»e. on handicapped acceksibilit) wut doesn't stem to be gooil 
enough) 

linallv, our "sensiltvity. maturils, and keenness of our inquiring 
minds" accept Ihe cballen(t«i %lisa antJ I will arrange lo spend .me day 
at (. learbnmk I enter earlv nevi semesler V*f are trulv sorrv if anyiine 
has reii-i>ed Ihe wrong impression ahaut our paper and hope this will 
help clear up anv misundcritanding. 
Doiiglas Kay 
Idilor-in-Chlcf 





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M«b M.cheiim. Rithard No/<<l. Ixw 
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I'milevunw. All ..(«iiKmn;.>|«els<«l ire thoie iif Ijie. 

1 Mccsiarilv ihose af Ibe collefe, us »dmmi»ir«tK>a 

t taody.' Advennmi ml copy «te«dlm« i» «»"" 

i'«ii,l>)»ei » ediimg. All k«m to Uw «l.mr 

■ aft he iigned. ntme* wiibbel'J <» 'ei"«'»« •"" ''""*' 

1 mfiwrnilioncUJIW WW, est, laMJmlt*! 



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Slaff Wrlttr 

The Kene take* plJiM in Ite 

wiiKfc)* of 1 loy ilxjp wlieie luys 
MC' diiipliyeil. A* tfic ckKl sinke* 
■nidnighl. itie loys suddcnij 
i|irini If) We. 

A 10y «)l(li« flim wilJi IlK- 
talteiwt iloU. hut become* 
inwlived in • low tnanfle witlia 
iMgc «iifled imwsr, A iijy ckwm 
duitif'to ilw wcupaiii of • lifge 
l»t>i while invesiigiiinf iti 



Set 10 the music of Ilicn. 
Mmiini. and Sliosukonkh, the 
ranitsy of "The To| Sh«n>" 
ccinie* 10 lite m ih« liii«l» of 
nmA k Symiiiik. 

Tlie mtxcm hajmens willnjiil 
*i)fd», bit jiccoriJing ID 
Syrotitk"? ion. Duvid J 
Syr««tiji».. no wM«Ii Hit needed. 
He I wondcrfuJ There arc Unngsi 
te' *>«» with iJw pupfjcti where 
yew cw «« chmiei. of Ihoug M. 
He make! the puppet* thmk." 



The NMional Mationelie 
'Ttaitre, under the direction of 
Synmak, will be bringing two 

of iheir many performance* to 
Harpet College on Frinlay. Uec, 
1 The show* ihey will be 
perform <ng will he fhe Toy 

Skip" and "The tiille Conten* 

White the ulury of 'The Toy 
Shofi" t»«iMd niwafds thiWrcn. 

Ill* tilde Conten" o gcarcil 

toward ilie adult audience 
Syrotiak dedctitie* the [Mrrfoi" 
mance m * a lerKa of shajpJy 
ilnwn vigneim ihiM reveal ihc 
fpecimm of human cmioiiod from 
the coinK to IlK nighimansh." 

Only a fraclton of the 
iiiarlonenes owned hy lite 
CMnpany will he U'.*ed in thcw 
perfomiance* There ire 
■Piwmunaiely 4fM] niuiooetlC:*. 
which Sytwiak usei for various 
pcrfOmiiKe* acr«t. iw Uittled 
State* and Eurofic- 

The National Marmnelte 
Theaut has Nxn in f%isu-nce l«Jt 



.M) yeais. They arc known not 
only tor the bcautilul Im*. ol 
ihta producuon*. but al«> tm 
Iheif mamiMiIaimn in-hniqiic 

The company ha- won 
numerou* award* including a 
Citation for Eicclk-nte in the 
fietd of iidulf piiren-try freim the 
(, ■nion Irucrnaiinnal ile la 
Miri.'nfuc The Naliunal 
Maxiontltc Theatre a the fir*t 
ArrwTican mantmttle amipany to 
rex urvc tht* aw^ard. 

Both ihowi w'lll be 
perfoirmed on Dec.l, wnh 'The 
To J Stop* »i 10 am ami 12 10 

pni,, and "The I tide Cfxurri" at 

I'M pm Aitm.v.i.vn • -r Ih, 
Toy *hrn)'will he I'lvi- Iim H.irivr 
jtutkms and SI lor the publn. 
Titkeu fiJ* "The Little Con. en" 
wilt he $ 1 l<ir Haipcr ttudrniv and 
M fof ItM! puWtc For iiikeii or 
more mfomiiiiKm. call the Harper 
h«n office at W7.. MUD e«i.2M7. 





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by Sitx Htll 
Sl.fT Wrlt.r 

t.»h. no. not anodicf disappointing 
album' After releasing one of the best 
albums of 1«KT. ihc ptiwcrlul "Tiny 
Days". Bosiont'i Scruffy the Cat come* 
b:t:li with AtiK.nv v\ Jupiiei". Ihcu fourth 
rele*«; 

Suiiu Tikti liiU Ml die hand, replaced 
by Burn* Stanlield on kcyhoaids, TV band 
<eems to have gone for a bigger amnd 
hen-, and the way ihcy lot their prviduccr, 
Jim UiLkmsonl went alxnit it was to 
record lead vixals twice on two tracks, a 
laiily common practice ui get a fuller 
mund The pioMem with this lechniqiie is 
diat It soften* the vocals loo much They 
ore mi>ed low lo begin with, and with 
much of the personality of the band 
coming through the vocals of Charlie 
Chestennan. dtts hurts die music ijuiie ■ 
bit. 

Five song* go by before die album 
gels inleresting. The following four tracks 
are die highlight of the album ("Nova SS 
l%i'. Kmmg Galaxy'. Bucknakcd . and 
die Udc unck). There are sinlcen songs in 
all The CD annes in what appears to be 
the very first piefold CD boi. with a 
cutout Scruffy the Cat airplane on the 
inside 

Scruffy die Cat if t hrnid well worth 
lislening to. hut listen to "Tiny Days" or 
"High Ocune Revival" first. As is the 
case with Big Ctwntry. they need i 
difTiaeni productar. 
RaungoutoTS: 3. 

Mike Ruiberltird s side project away 
from from Genesis. Mike + The 
Mechanic*, has released their second 
album Of dve two albums reviewed here. 
this IS easily the best of ihem. Paul 
Young (not THAT f^ul Young) tjnce 
again shares vocal duties wiUt Paul 
Carrack. who made a successful solo 
comeback this past year. 

The songs, wnlten by Rudierford and 
vatiou* other writers, range from 
pTOiiciable but good ("Piior Boy Down') to 
one of the best lyncj I've heard(rcccndy. 
on die title track Sung by C^tfiTack. Ihc 
song concern* a man who wishes he had 
talked more lo his fadi«r before the fadier 
died This sung might be auiobiographicsl 
for Rulbcrfocd and is all the moie poignant 
because of it. 

Although not If well rounded at 
19SS'» "Mike * Mechanics", this 
soplMMnore album n sull quite good, and 
technically superior lo Uut debut. 
RaungoulolS; 3-1/2. 



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Everybody's All-American' Film 




REVIEW: 

Evtrybtsly's 
AU-Arooncin 




I .• ■ '.1 ill SI rut I'dH'Or 

Qtx bofinf evening. »ten 
noiilttni; jwemed mt eiciting. 1 

'S.ii(!j!f<it>'l U'v my guUriend we 
couivl pr ■■i'c .i movie When we 

oul the "Now Ptiyiiii" list, 
■niittimg ['hnlli-d me So I »:sk«l 
tuT ■"Wh.ii, Jo >ou *ant to «u«''" 



Her 

wrii ■:...- 

xcc t:vtrb«i4j'» All- 

Anifrkaa. 

W ii r n f r H t 

the ttiX'V jlXHil Cidun imi, , j^j.^ 
"the ("ifiiv GlioM". (Dtanii 
Qu»irti Cah. ,v J (i,«.th..il -nar 
4.11 : n»ng 



tlirougl) hii miirneni from (Im: 
Naiitnal League. 

Gavin's ihree kwes in l»i« life 
Me. ftjothall. hii ncptx* Domni*. 
alias "Cake". (Tiaiollij 
Halloa) mA l>is %\t»Ai 
'Miigwila Queea" Bii»i Roter* 
(J«ii>lca taagtV 

The slor* twgm* in 195* 
when the afore ■mennoned are 
aiienijiiif:. eollep: in Louisiana 
liavin i» ihc siarung running hack: 
liT ;,h.- ; .illik't' liMilKill liMin anil 
i!u' . ,,.l i, ^»: ht'iv r><vnnie n j 
Ircuhman (.■uiit'crmnK hunwK fctlh 
'Wllclling KaiK and kerfirni; Iter 
eoni'paiiy while C«>in « 
picWAUi'iieJ. and Bate, while 
In- lilt- Mi.;ik>ti.i Queen (m the 
i« aiainnni in 

V HH and 

early ■\-mged for 

iitU'hejo v.i»\m lu'- m.iiried Bate 
.iwJ w playing pm-hail fur the San 
rmnciico 4'>eiii. Bate ha« f*^ ■""■ 
iht siieTCO-typcd hn. 
haretwH and :[ne.gniiiii 
kitchen. And Dunnie tiii% 



puMuthed a htiok 

Finally cnropleunn the imjr 
ihnwgh the lives of twr charat'lcft. 
wt end up in ifcc uarly SOs with 

Gavin a.i a "hat-taccn" faHhall pro 
tunicd reM*m goll-pn> ai the kxal 
couniry cluh Now a woman of 
tint eit;f'in'< Bate ha( hetonie the 
pi ,i.:t winner for her 

j,u, • '. .ionmc has at.hicved 

hi& glial of bctcomiDif a hiitmy 
prolrs«». 

The nmi'licitin txcun it the 
iii.:niy .five year reunion of the 
l'')M) Louisiana football 
ehanipions. Gavin u in a ckcp 
tieprewton becju« he Ihmis IlalM 
IV having an affair, and hat rto 
intention of nukmit a speech ai a 
dinner *tiere he i« the guest o( 
honor He H, hfiwevci. persuaded 
10 lipeiili and what he 'cay*i reiicw.t 
much of ihe conflH-i tn hii 
mdiTiage. 

Quad'ik (Bdomiancc as. Cavtn 

f'lev i> one iliat jhiwld he htghly 

'in dtTit'tionof how 

.'..•:.■' .■',-■. with ihe many 

dunna itiai citcur in his life didn't 



'levwatkyeiKini'Kt 

Lange gives yel anoiher 
outstanding perfwmancc ast Batw 
Kogan. Thit li (kfiniiely. in my 
opinkMi. a vehicle for hei ne»i 
Ciscar 

Hutlon was a dol'initc ■iurprise 
lo me He haii Tinally drofiped his 
kryijih character and developed 
wmeihtng veiy imprcutve to any 
ne-wur. 

I have to admit 1 was not 
(iverly emhu^uuitic atom seeing 
ihi« film Thi« was protiably 
good, for I didn't have a chanoe lo 
he diatppoina-d But lhi.<! ftlm was 
fai from disapfxiinung; in (act I 
cnod at the end of tJie film. What 
pcupk don't understand is it takes 
a gnoit deal of rffon and laleni (or 
any movte to make me cry. (I 
didnt even try when Old Ycllcr 
was .shot.') 

I do recommend that you Me 
this film, but SBC il widi someone 
you care about dwply. because il 
!!i a movK about sharing in a 
retauon.ship. If you do talce my 
advice you won't icgitt it. 



Not Necessarily In 'High Spirits ' 



fly «call >tl41 
Kal<rlalniB*al Kitllnr 

Sicvt (jBllcnlierg is 
ftMunate enough lo be in two first 
run ihows at the cinema liisl 
week. The problen with litis is 
neillicr of Ihe Rlw aie detiiined 'lo 
become blockbtiiters. 

Friday. November '24 saw the 
lelease of his lecond so-jxi Mm of 
the two. High Sptrtla. 

High !>pir)ls it a tmrf of 
an .American geMlemanfwho's 
name escapes mc pn.>bably .hecaiHC' 
1 didn't care a» remember) played 
by Cuuenbcfg. wlio comes i.o 
Ireland witii his wife lo stay at i 
"bawMcid casiie.* 

The owner of iIk eitfle. one 
Mr Planketl (Felet O'Tnote). 
has let up a hoax id ai.tnKi guests 
to visit ilie castte. ftir a slight fee 
10 enable himself u> pay the a>nt 

When live hoax u revealed to 
Ibe guestt. GuiMnhcrg finds iliai 
die castle is doomed u> be moved 
to Malibu thanks to his faiberin 
law. who h«ilds the lease. So 
OTook and Guttenberg deciiie Ui 
drinli away tlie.ir sorrows. 

On. die way back ta ha room. 
CjMlenberg numblea upon an old 



'nou<:«d before While e camming 
till* room, a creaming female 
enlen quickly followed by t male 
in I'Tth century garb ycllm.g « 
■her. 'Hie su-ange figures bicker and 
the man ends ufi stabbing the 
woman and then die two of them 
diHpiiear. 

Guttenberg. who is no* 
ftammering drunk, tries to 
decipher what had j«st occurred 
when the sequence roiumes escepi 
this time Oullenberg mierYenei 
and Ihe setiuencc is bn.iken. 

The woman ( Barrjl 
Haaaak) announces that her 
name is Mary Flunkeit and iher 
declares her kive (m Gtittmber|. 

Laier. Guttenberg falls m love 
Willi Hannah and they both live 
'happily ever alter" 

Toslantiul with. Cullenherj 
IS reliving the role of ibe 
inKx-ern optimistic he has come 
10 play so many times (Tliree 
Men and a Baby) This lime, 
however, it's not only redundant it 
is less than his standard 
pcrformiince 

Hannali .meini to be tecreaimg 
the role of "Rosanne " to see if ii 
works fust as well It didn't 



consider a very lalenied acair, did 
not impte.si me m the slighu'st. I 
haven't even de:iermined if his 
character was nece-isary to the 
film. 

Overall, ilie mo« I can lay 
about dus film is dial it mm cuie. 
kind of. and if youi looking lo see 
nod«ng but repeulive characters 
from other nwnes. pay the big 
butis and see II now. My personal 
advice, itimiih, is wait until il 
comes II) tbc second run thcanei. 




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We understand that you ve invesled a lot of hartl vi«ork m 

your education So wlien you transfer to Roosevelt, twe 
make every effort to see that ttie transition is smoott> tor 

conlinuincj vf'ii' Studies 

We oftei .-i wde variety of degree programs including 

Hos.pitai*ty Management, Business Mn - "' " '"'■ 

pute» Science. Economics. .Journalisn-:. '. 

:T-:-* ■"-; .■ others Wha.t s .rnore. *e t»at.. - '.-.,. '■-.'' 

■.jtl classes and admission '(Xionsoiiors ready 
■ .i,..-. ■:..'- ..'ou inenfolltfxj at Roosewelt. 

Ev'on if you're not quite ready to transfer. «w urge you 
to talk wth one o( our counselors and tout one ot ouf 
campuses Planning early insures a sinooth transler. 



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Thrtiutb Otc. .10 

Art Eihibil- 

"Biirtim niKM - Elcl»fi|t>' 

Building CAP 

Film-- 

Pink Royd's "The Wall" 

6p.ni. AKtim. JI4? 

Silt $3 

Nimonal Manonciic 

Theam;-- 

"Thc Toy Shop" 

10 a.m. t 12:30 p.m. 

Jl41-Fr«ai«J$l 

Clyb und 0|{:iin.iziui>n 
KouiMlUibk Mdctitif 

t p.*.. A243l> 

SUKkni Sfiaic Mceiing 

■( p.m., A.?41a 

"["he Little CoiK-cn" 
7:30 p.m.. 1143 
SI aid $'2 

Harper Cummunuy Cbcma 
.^ p m . Building M 

("uliuf jl Am Exciifston 10 

'.■ppcnwolf 

i'-.m.. Leave Bldg, A 
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7 Legal Technology Program 
EntiaiKe Exam 
9 a,.m. m 6 p.m. 

Harpa laiz Band 
8 p.m.. J14J 

R Harper Siccl Dnm Band 
K p.m.. J 143 

II Festival of Leisaiif and 

Cirols 
7;30p.m.. J143 

I S Brcaklasl M HiujMt 

7:.W a.m.. Fai-ully Dinmg 
Ro«:>m in A BItlg. 

I» GEDExam 
Panl 
6 p m . E106 

Harper Caanmunity/Palaune 

Conoiit Bam) 

7::«) p.m.. Cuiung Hall m 

Pidiiline 

17 CEDEiam 
Pan 2 

Hii.m.. E106 

2 1 Nursing Enlraik:f Exam 
X::Wla,ni., A148 



Operations During Severe 
Weather 



The College ii lo remain 
open at all limes, during 
scheduled houn, lo provide IlK 
necessary services for 
iniiUlutional insirucWMi. 

If. however, il becomes 
nci-est.'iary lo close die campus, 
an announcemem will be made 
><n ihe following stations: 



WMAQ (670 AM). WGN (720 
AM). WBBM am AM and % 
FM). WFYR (103.5 FM). 
WGN TV (Channel 9). and 
WTID-TV (ChuincI 32). 

Unless you have an urgent 
reason lo do jo. please do not 
call iJhe College switchboard to 
obtain diis infomulion. 



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PHI THETA KAPPA 

The Pl»i Pill ClmiHrr'i lust 
■•Mirai omrnii fnr (Ik loiiicaKr 
*itl IM' on FruJiy. Detemte 16 
JMi noKM in ttw. cafeteria - plan i>> 
eat bmck. Dr.. Oetc Htmtm wiLt 
•.l|.c» talk m "Coiitli.ct 
HantiitKM.' Mid SBCUIQ..jail 



MtiiBI MMiMiei'.. Olficen 
clBflBil Ih vMk; Suoui Bi'ifne, 
Prcsukni diMl *ii*r« Chjin|. 



RHYIIIIM & MOVES. 

Tl» Wiyihrn A Movti Dance 
C«)nipim.> IS holding iuAuims 
for ihe Holiiiay Spcciacular 
Bcinefit V*nci> Shiiw . Audiljcm 
appoiiitroenls for Friday, 
Oe4:«ml)er Z. cm he made with 
Cindy Engcli ai Eii 2242, 
ftSS-^Jt-iT (home;), ur lt3(VIS« 
(stadioi. Bi-ncfii date s Fndiy, 
Dccembet I ft All ku mt 
wekiwie. 



FOOD SERVICE 

CLUB 
The F«Mid Servia- C\uh has 
•celtly meeting.* fvcr>i TuCKlaj 
or Wednesday at Hi iw 1<>M» 
a.m m A-0()ft. E.ia£l m.i;eiing 
dnys and iinwx we amt-unred it 
the prior meeting. For more 
infomatkin conuci Mr. B ai 



POIJTIC.'II... SCIFNCf; 
CI I 8 

The l\il>!.K.al Scicucx Ctati ts 
ha* «n j! ih Usi icuKSief nioetinf 
>ri WalncwUy.. Orvtmher 7,. ji 
-- ' •• ■ [■' •" I'" ! ' f 1 4 . Fiw more 
liiikHrniitun eontati R.ichanl 
BalkMai :fli)l-K4|t 



HARRINGER 

AtieMkm all »lafl memher^' 

Tie siall hotidav party. 
-BUNCEi FEST '%r i..» m 
Friday, Deteailwr 1(>. at R p.n... 
Sec aihcr Tnidy (w Mart ii> get 
ilic scoop, tioiie i) fee ya all 



€HEERL.EAI>IN(.; 
Ct>eerlejiilm,| Ery<Mt.l alt teinf 
tekl on Deecmiher 6 - S fmm 1 
la *:VI p.m in die A Buitdwg 

rmfil.ac:e ana. Anyone mleRsilei) 
in tryingciul should conuci 
Jenmifer ai .»2-7SS<J. 



%l)rN(; ( ORPOKATF. 

ACHIKVERS 
The Young C'orporile 
Achievers meet every Monday at 
12 p.m. in 1-10.5. Their nejl 
meeung will be on Decembci S 
New memhers we welcome. If 
you have any q'uestKmi contKt 
EdW'al:iiH:eai]94-30M. 



B.A.S.I.C. 
Thcie arc weekly iiM9etin|;t Ut 
diwu*i "What rhfuiians 
Believe" Momduy* frum U.) 
I0:4S i....m. and 11 - 11:4 J i.m 
The "Working Through My 
Hang-ups' group meeti 
Tueiday't (rom I ' 1 p.m.. and 
Wednesday (torn I:. Ml ■ 1:W 
p.m. They are open to all 
students. F«ir mott' inrorniaiiom 
..•..I )>M.I« Tilnof »i E.»t 



BIOIJMJV CLUB 
'The Bmlogy Club will meet 
on M'onday, .Dectmlxw 5. at 
2.'«J p.m. m I>-;»tJ. .FMiire 
field trips will 'he dm;.ii«»ed. If 
you have any ijiiC'ilKns, cmtaci 
«liityit.Fil. 2^2J. 



PHYSICS CLUB 
Tte PhyHct Clyb meeis 
monthly and all sludentii are 
welcome to .join, The club 

.ptovide*. additional irmmn-Cit for 
IlijriiC'S or Engineering ttudenis 
and hackgKHind for non-Fhytics 
majors. For mote information 
contact Mary Becker at E«t 
.'s;7 



STUDENT .SENATE 
AiKMicMi ail Seiumn .- dieie 
a a Suidem .Scnaie Mtxung ai i 
p m on Friday. Decemher 2, in 

A-24)i. 



SCIENCE FICTION 
AND FANTASY 

CLIB 
The Science Fiction and 
Fania-sy Cluh u a meeting every 
Wednesday al 2:W p.m. in F 
ISO Any interested studenLs 
should attend the next meeung 
on December 7 all are 
welcome. For more inloraiaiitm 
ciimact Dr. E. Hull at Eit. 212.1 
« Be* Hopfner at 2W> »14 



Are you interesied m 
advertising you.r club or 
ocgantration? Here ii the 
uiltiRiuitKin we need.: 

Club Name:: 

Acltviiyiffl^nction: 

Wheie: 

Contact: 

Comments 

Send the inlornution to 
Suian Berne. t.l'pc<nning Ed>w». 
at the Hai'hnger in A- :J(i7. 

Mease note that the 
Dtcemlier S issue is our list 
issue of the semeaet 



Phi Theta Kappa's Initiation 
Includes Awards 



Who's Who Awards Program 



Haiper' Studenis may mw 
apply for mclusion in the 1988- 
«9 -Who's Who Among 
Studenu in American iunior 
Colleges" pnogram The deadline 
for ttiroing in applications is 
December 14. WW. 

Si«« 19« Harper College 
hai participated in the "Who's 
Who" pitigram, which provides 
rrcogniiion for outstanding 
fiudenis in junior and 
community colleges across the 
wmntry 

Each stiMleni iciiwied for 
dits recognition is listed in a 
hiofraphical volume which has 
become a respected reference 
source for collegci and 
busmesies, and. as a lifelong 
servK-e. they may use die Who's 
Who office ai a permanent 



reference source/file for 
prospective employers. This 
tecognitton means a great deal 
to the suiden.U( seiecled. 

At Harper, the selection 
committee is comprised of 
students. facuHy, and staff. A 
threefold cnlenon i> uied for 
evaluating applicants: 1) 
Academic standing. 2) 
Panic ipation and leadenhip in 
curncular and co-curncular 
acuviiics. and 31 Community 
Starvicc. In addiuon, candidaieii 
must have completed 24 
semottet htvurs by the lime diey 
aie consderod. 

If student feel they may 
po-tsibly be qualiFicd. forms are 
available in the Student 
Activities OITice m A-3.16. 



Harper Community to Trim 
Tree 



By Sutaa B*rw 
Ipconiliit Editor 

For the first time in a 

number of yean Harper 
College n holding a 'holiday 
gathering. 

.Student Activities and 
Cluh and Otganwations are 
hiMting a tree trimming party 
on TuC'iday, Da-ember 6. at 
approiimaicly i;:.M p.m. by 
itie Fireplace in Building A. 

Members of the Harper 
community are enc:ouraged to 
bring an ornament that 
.represents iheir org.anu:al).on or 
division office to decorate the 



tree iritici) will be donated by 
Knupper Nurwry 

The irce it not 
representative of U>e Christian 
holiday: it is a symbol of the 
Harper community spirti. 

Em:tt cluh IS asked to bring 
a refrtshmtmt, such a.s cookies. 
brownies, sida. etc for all who 
'panicifiuie. 

Entertainment will be 
piovided. including a pianist 
who will play seasonal song*. 

For more information 
about this event contact 
Michael Nejman in Student 
..\ctjviiiec iit F,<i. 2243 



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By BU'iaB' 
tiyemalnt BCIlmr 

Harper's chapter of Phi 
Theta Kappa, a national 
honorary fratcmiiy for two-year 
colleges, initialed KM) new 
memheTs and presented five 
awards *l the fall ini(i.ation 
ccrcmtmy 

Me mbcn are iniiiaicd into 
Phi 'Thciii Kappa ejich semoiw 
after cotnpteting 24 c-:redii 'iKwrs 
while .m.im'y.ming a minimum.' 
G,t'..A. of ,S.S. 

The Phi Phi rhjipirr 
Faculi* A..I'. ■: 
Ke:ill. pri-*i';- 
'■ ■■ ■' [jitsiikiii , iinu ■Vi.M . 
■' initial*. W'lih ihc ' 



Theta Kappa/Pepper 

Construction Company 
V-hi::ilurslnpi. each worth SMI'!. 

Kent also presented a new 
Advisor's Award worth ilOO 
He etlablished dlis recognition 
which will he awarded each 
semester by Kent In an. oflficer 
of ilie Phi Phi Chapter who has 
demonstrated outstanding 
leadership to the chapter. 'The 
first Advisor's Award was 
prcsened to Susan Berw, Vice 
Pie:stdi!M. 

The memK-n of the Ptir 



..!gniii(.in HI vrrvKf i>.i live 
■inmwniiy and sup|x:iri of Phi 



Theta Kappa. Susan Berne 

ptesen'ted .the firsl two service 
award pla<|iiei to Steven J 
Catlin, Harper College Direcior 
of Admissions and Registrar, 
and to Pepper Construclion 
Company. These newly 
esiahtahed awaidi ire engr*v«d. 
'In appreciation of your 
ouLstanding efforts coninbuting 
to the giowth of Phi Theta 
ICap|>a' 

In addiiiiin to the 
pteseniationi. Phi I'heta Kafips I|||A|| 94 HourS 
members and dieir gue.fts heard m.^ J^Jj 
an address on '"W«>rds, Power B«2'5532 * 
:»mt 1 fiidership" by Harper' 
t>t . Pan I N 



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And the winner n Tool 
Mee. "Ttum"* graphic <a Gwk 
"H" wttli a qu'" trough il,) bcsl 
represc:nis wtwl *e wanictl." »<• 

*nn a cme-ycar mcm(wi%hip il 

the W(KKU.cld FniK» Club m 
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Although ihc «>ni«i plws 
d.d n« include i ctoge m l)» 
k«erhe«1. ihe suRgeiUon w» 
ma* im ihc «ril of C.tf-n« 

Non™«-»tntry.N(«nans«om 

Place winning gtapb"-- *'" •* 
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leili-rhead Jkcond p../c is live 

tessions al the Bahama Sun 

T«.mngS|».nPl«I»» . 

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Tis the Season ... for Colds and Flu 



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Million* (i( i>eo|>l« fci ■ 
cold, tl*e Ri or hxli ever)' ■ycii''^ 
(:h« fill from tteember ihrougti 
'°-' <rvli. iind colds iJiu.iiny during. 

-Ainii-t nmiiilis, tttil ire m« 
u,rinsnmi,w m other «ji.«m» At 
any omc liroc. nearty a iKird of all 
Ainrrkiiib tad ■ coid during ilir 
prevHws w'owetki. 

Several h«im*ed difftri'm 
Tiniies cm cause eoldi <m the llu. 
Tills lii *hy people rccovennf 
from ont cold e» suddenly fci 
iimMiher, Alih«»jh dk- hxly may 
have huitl up aiitilH'idie * to the 
vinti thai ciiised the fir\i cold, 
along comes anodier vmu (or 
•hjci) the tody hjs n>ii yei 
atiiuiRd rcxiitlaKX 

TypKilly. cold» begin 
ilo*ly »flrr li n> 4« hmn il'lci 
.■<imsure to ■ virui. The firtl 
. !nptt)m« are luitally a k ruli hy . 
hxc ihroaii foltowcid by SMCiint;. 
running hmc. Mid tlie (eclra| 
tjUcd itW' "Miln*. A amgh tan 
dc'velt-tp Kvenl diyi liiet. The 
brum of i cold uauatiy liMit ktur 
or • «Mi»tttines te**. 

•kiu. -. gndutlly dimin- 

istiiri^.. \itci ten dayi « mi, the 
sympttwKi Mt ommMf contpleiely 
gone 

The flu. Iikewue. t>iicn 
hegin* witii a wre ihrcKit. stuHy 
..'«, and ctrngh. but llic *ymp- 
uxnuiukk'y K-rtnw more icverr 



than ttujtt* of ■ cold, tn addttmn. 
Lhe llu i!i iivuilly K'C4>ni|ianied by 
muK'le »cIk» »n the hati and 
legs, l-trver tip to KM 'degfees ami 
headache* are contmom, flu 
tymitioms Im:|:iii to uihttidc alter 
ihree ttr low day*, although 
Ijiigue and wcakn<e)i\ nnty 
tominuc Ui days iif c '.I'n wcek-s 

I'okl and flu ■•like •.ymi*im> 
iometin'ics niiinit morr ienous 
illnesict Sircp thrual. fm 
ciaiTipk. otw:n begins nwch like 
.1 i''.>ld «>th a me thrtut and 
ft-ver. Stiep u diMingtiished fnm 
a I'old by tt ie»c(e ton ihiroil, 
.iili'icutly swallowing, htgh I'evt*. 
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pre*cripuim> for •»ttcp tluiial are 
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charge m i' ' ■ . ■' Callefe 
Heal* Scrt 

In genu..!, u .....,i ,» H'U-ltie 
symptoms last lor more Ihiin a 
week, txs'rtne *.'veiT or kitali/ed 
IB the Ihrtut, stomach ot lungs, 
or if other sympioms »uth a.s 
vofnitint and ttchavuxal changes 
otiCtir, ctmitilt yow phywuin m 
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What can we tlf> li> '(irotect 
ourselves from becomifif in,(e*-linl. 
•1* a cold or the Hu* Die«» 
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positions available lor the 
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Ideal lor student Must be 

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Send resume to: 1ST AYD 
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Grove. H. 60007. 

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Lifeguards, swim 

instructors, assistant 
manager tor Park District 

.pool, Competilive wages, 
must be certified. Call 
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service and order work NO 
EXP NEC Can work tmo 
full- time. Call 882- 
6013 



PART-TIME SALEI 
TEiEMARKETlNO 

Why setlle for $iO./hr., 
when we will fain you to 
earn S20.. $30., or 
140 hr. in the enciting 
field of radio advertising. 
Salary plus commission, 
bonuses & incentive No 
eiperience necessary. 
Phom 885 7605. ask for 
John. 



OF'FCE CLEANING 

4.5 hours per evening. 

Schaumburg area, 14-500. 
per monin. No experience 
necessary. 671-3800 
JANN KING, ask k>r Joann, 

HIBIMG 

Governmenl jobs your 
area |1 7.840 69, 485- 
Call (602)-838-8885 

exl, J7758. 

ENTREPRENEUR 
Be your own boss Set your 
own hours Make lots ol 
money. Call Jon # 438 
55,38 after 5:3 0p.m- 

MODELS NEEDED 
Models needed lor fashion 
shows and pnni work 
$50-100. hrly We 
counsel beginners. State 
liconsed talent agency 
Spencer Studios. Open noon 
to 5p.m.. closed Sunday 
816-455-5595 



CHILD CARE 

Loving child care providers 

needed to live-in with 
Napervitie, Illinois area 
tarn. lies Exc, salary, 
benefits, travel Call 
collect- Naperville Nannies, 
INC. e> 357-0808- 



PROF ACADEMIC TYPIST 
Thesis, Resume 
Development, reports, etc. 
Hourly rate includes 
spelling accuracy, 
punctuation and editing if 
rec»uested N.W area pick 
up / delivery available 
contact Donna lor appt 
438-4971^ 

LONELY'' NEED A DATE' 
Write Datetime, 617 North 
State Street, Suite 103, 

Chicago, Illinois 60610. 



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GOVERNMENT SEIZED 

Vehicles from $100 Fords 
Mercedes, Corveties. 
Chevys. Surplus, Buyers 
Guide <1) 805-687-6000 

Ext. S-1053. ________ 

1989 NUDE COED 

CALENDER. 

Featuring color photos oi 
Illinois COLLEGE WOMEN. 
Mail S9.95 10 COED 
CALENDER, PO. box 434H, 
Dekalb. II 60115. 1990 
MODELS WANTED. EARN 
$300. 

ATTENTION 

GOVERNMENT SEIZED 

VEHICLES 

From $100. Fords 
Mercedes. Corvettes, 
Chevys. Surplus Buyers 
Guide 1-602-838 8885 
exi A7758. 



JEEPS 

Can you buy Jeeps. Cars. 
4x4s seized in drug raids 
tor under $100-' Call for 
facts today. 602 837 
3401. Ext. 3810. 




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PLEASURE CXINNECTION 

Break ihe ice at your nsxt 
parly A large variety of 
therapeutic / novolly 
Items. swjmw«ar and more 
For details sertd address & 
phone lo: The Pleasure 
Connsction. P.O Bo» 362, 
Prospect Heiflhts It 
60070^0362. 

GOVERNMENT HOMES 

from $1. (U repair) 
Oelinqueflt la» properly 
Repossessions. Can (i) 
805-6B7.6000 EkI. GF. 
1053 tor current repo. 
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GOVERNMENT HOMES 

From $1. (U^ repairj 
Delinquent tai property. 
Repossessions. Call 802 
838-8885 eMt, H7758. 

GOVERNMENT SEIZED 

vehicles from $100. Fords, 
tytercedes. Corvettes. 
Clievys. Surplus Buyers 

Guide. (t) 805 687. 
6000 Eit S 1053 



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CARDS 

50% Off bool( price. 
Minimum. .05 per card. 
60's.70*t-80's-Good to 
mint complete seis. 25% 
off. Phone 5r7-3S85. 
prices firm 



Tell that parson 
twhat you really 
think. Drop oft a 
personal at the 
HARBINGER OFFICE. 



PHOKMiRVPHlt 

EQIJIPT. 

r4.-.cc.ipr 23 CIt •nlarflw and 
-oom oquipmeni, 
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screen print equip. 397. 
2670, 

ROOM FOR RENT 
BUFFALO GROVE 

Fujrushed room w/ private 
bath. w/d. non-smohec 
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With an attitude HKe yours. 
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A meeting will be you itnow 

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Meetings witt be held on 
campus at Harper Coiiefle 
starting Tuesday. Oclobe-r 
For more into, about 
this support group, conlaci 
Health Services ai em. 
2626 

HOBY 

Hope you tetl tots betiar 
soon* I've missad ya around 

the office. 

Susie 

SEX, 

Oont make love without 

your glove. 

The Gloves "R* US 

committee, 

BOB McEnroe 

Make sure you read the 

personals, Lookinfl forward 
10 parlytng and bonding. 

Study hard and stay tuned,. 
Love and peace. 
Jack and Spunky 

A3$8 

To me you're |ust a 
potential rapist What will 
we do man? Hairsickness 

BVN 

ANYONE 

weknowwhatyour up to 

BO coma out of the dark 

room 

BALODAfiKWAHRIORS 



LOOKING FOR 

CHRISTMAS 

TEMPORARY 

EMPLOVMENT ? 

I Consider ADIA PERSONNEL 
las your first choicel if 

I these )ob scales suit you 

• CLERCIAL 

• S,ECRETARI,AL 
[•RECEPTION 

I GHT INDUSTRIAL 
„■>:,! owe it to yoursell to 

',ee us' Counsellors 
-■j.iasie on campus today 
Ibldg. A, 2nd floor, tor 
I immediate information 
I Call Gma or Wendy, 605 
1 1444 

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Sctiaumburg 



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tlijil iK-\a iLiiiiig ii> iiu-.^ OTylhmg 
tchi-diilcd into umc as thi<uj;h ii 
were a -.umk- you hail carval mta. 

Ami wc ivqji'tuau- ciufclves 
to htviiminji our (mn vit'imis as 
we bait iht irap (ly csjxvling 
more and more >it tturscKfs. 
never graming Ibrgivcncss t\>r ihc 
m.jii-ks wc have Icfl in itie sione 
unactounlal for ihc cariL-elled 
appjiinlmcius. <ir ctie 
ctminiiinicms wc tould n«i ktx-p. 

•\^ Ihc holiday season 
i\'\" ii.u, hi'\. t fu-i iMiic 
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IS iturifd Dili Willi lofiner 
tkhmgs nu-aning only ihal Ihc 
day will he fuller than cupectcd. 
And I find myself becoming 
anxious, and overly eimccrned 
wiih making all my holiday 
arrangemcnis. lo il can he a 
fuller, more wonderful hotiday 
ihan ever hcfone. 

And no* I realize thai I have 
baited, and fallen into my own 
trap. [ have eluded myselt by 
believing ih.ii 1 have control over 
the heauty of a momcni. And in 
ttiis ht'lief. I am certain to miss 
ifie heauty of anything. Am I 
run"' 

So this day. I have decided to 
pcrfomi the uliimatc holiday feat. 
That 1.S to be living as well as 
feeling the momeni Perhaps ii 
will not he grand, oi heauliful. 
but I will he there instead of the 
comer departmeni store, or with 
my head xi :«i oven freaking over 
v.hrthc( I can crank Mit these 2K 
iliO/cii tutkies or not 

Rather, I iM-h iii '.(vnd this 
season h.i-.l.rii', m ihe expressed 
t' who surround me 

'•■ • .i Hoping to give„)oy 

lo iiujic i:'! ilic sume 

And fiif iheise who have 
kamed the leis»-in, and who spend 
e» h day livmg, and not linung, I 
give thanks for what wc tuners 
can learn Ironi you. And il we 
learn our lesson well, we will 
never hi\iinie "uM timers". 

Let us all "live ii" ihis 
i«a.«>n. and share the niomenLs 
li>fclbcr, and perhaps, ume will 
no kmgcr p.iss so quickly, and 
measuring will have less 
inijxirtaiKc ih.in it has 

What I am wivhinp you all 
IS llie iiLikirie- l.ir ihe Ix-gmning 
> ' srjvets m a 
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Sports 



The Htrbinrr DMembcr 1. 1988 



Pur* 15 



Hawks fall in 
Cola Bowl, 29-0 



hf Sand* Sal«almrt 
Slaff Wrltfr 

The Ell»*(inh Piinthcfs 
defcaicd our Hmpcr Hi»ks N-0 
in ihe Rojal Crown Cola 8<.>*l 
laM Sunila\ The vmoiy mm 
l-llswrtnti'v «"ti>m| in » taw over 
lUrpcT m ilic iitmual Cola Bti*! 
L4M year ihc Panihcrs Iwai Ihc 
Hawks 4 1 9. 

The imin fa£i,j, „f |„,4|, 
Sami-i was. Hjirper's iniMily lo 
hull Elbwonh in the <«x-«jiiil halt 
I .ast year Hie t-ljwls irailcil M m 
haUiiinc anil ihfn hri ihe «•«>« 
c«:a(ie ihcm. Thi» year iJii: scwe 
wa* «-0 ai jhe hall jml ihc 
Hawlts. am-e again, could noi 
Uxp the Panihcrj m chetk 

Ell»w«ih scored ihcir fini 



ti>iirh(l(>»n of the day when 
quiincrtwk Mike Virden handed 
off ihe hill u) Rohcrt Rivera (w a 
fouf-yard run. The e«irii potni 
kitt by Dan Mdter was htixked 
by Hurpcr's R«) laihan. 

The Panihcrs made ii 8-0 on 
the f if SI piby of itie vximd i|iiaf • 
Iff, when Harper's qiiancifcael. AI 
Snjilci, (umMeii hij own Map 
and fell on ii in the end mm; (m a 
safety. This wa» as eiosc as the 
Hawks ct>ul<l ke«p ihe Panthers, 
bceaitse aflci ihc half, the 
Panlhers opened ikt score *nh 
ihree hig plays 

Willi 6:(17 left ,n Ihc Ihird. 
Ihc Panther attack struck again 
when Virden named up with 
Sieven L*ste«. who dipped hy 



)Iarp«;r I defense, unioixhed. mm 
llie end M»e lo make the score 
1511, 

The third louihJuwn lor 
tikwofih came on their nest 
|xi5«s,sKin. when fuJIhjvk Kesm 
Hart nn up the middle into the 
eiwl Kwe fium Hatpcrs 4S 

"" "■?■■■ V.TS wTjppoi up ihr 
"■ k;n h.iii<lrJoll the 

'■i k Hi-Kri Riscr\. 

*h») fijv'.ed i! Ill *i.1i reseu'cr 
Viru,e McKiiuies l.'i j _"'•» \jrd 
ifiikhdown. 

Hopefully, for ihe Hawks. 
they will improve their second 
Wf play, and reium ti,i the Cola 
Bowl for a third stranthi year, 

Neil week- Football season 
overview 




r 

Wrestlers Working Hard : 

Finucanc ■!» did well, wrestling * 
in the I4(V pound weight class [ 



by itaiideiio falnicr 
Staff Writer 

A lough schedule lies ahead 
fof Ihc Harper wiestlcri. They 
will eom,pett; against leiinM that 
■re mainly composed o( juniors 
and seniors. 

TlKie is m ■!• timit in the 
competitive •reiiltng arena. 
"You may wind up with a 27 
year-old con»lruct,ion worker 
slaiNtini, m front of ytx]." sai.! 
Eric Sakey, a freshman who won 
his tournamem in Southwcsi 
Michigan Noveniher 12 

"NiC Wrestling is a lot 
lougher than tu,|h school 
wfcsUing, however.' I ft*l very 
ptMiiivc about winning the 
upcoming Whitewater InvHc." 
Allhough Bakey wretded gtxMl. 
ta feels, The icwi's intensity 
level iin'iihere yet," 

Rob Malccke and Jason 



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(Fholn fly Paul t/mihardt) 



Keith [kmann ranked ax a scmi- i 

finalist in die 167 pound weighi 
class. Coach Lovelace 
commeniBd. ■Keith ts one lough 
wresUcr; tiitr dionotid in the 

raugli!" 

Ret Villar also ranked m : 
stwii-finalisl and wis tme piiim 
,.r*,i\' f(,,ijii H liming his weight- 
'. chi wrestW his 
'■ place (ini<ih in 
'> I'lgbl clas«, 
,• <se,«,p(?cledioAi 
liii; nest ni.»!.. h hut 
unloiiuriaiely, hrnihi-f Biad 
Cariig, IS out Um' iIk- season due 

10 an acridt'tit. 

Coach Lovelace is workmji 
hnitl with Ihe Hawk wrestlers,, ,in,,i 
feels. ",A» Ihc team geis cltisri 
together and puLs more ,hean, into 

11 iwrcsilinel. we'll tit, l».HtiT 



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MVP's Named at Banquet 



By FfItT !iwb| 

Sports EdilM 

The coaches of die fall spom 

namal the Mosi, Vatuahle Playtti 
I-1-! !'',.-s(,Iay ittglii during the 
\.« ,1- :•, E»an<jucl. The big 
surprise came when ihe MVP lor 
faiihall was named. With ihct 
kind of year' the Hawks' foothalJ 
tejm had. it was hard lo piedicl 
which player would get MVP, It 
wasn't m od'cnsive ,iiaml«ii like 
Al Snyder or James Haywwid, 
but AiciiMv c siandmit Jeff Topel. 
MVFV lor the other fait 
sports came at no ,istirpfi«et. 



Janice Word w»t named » 
vdleyball's MVP, Word rei-eived 
honorable mention from the 
ccififtmii.:e aK 

Cheryl V: ,■„,,, i -,,, tum.,-.,l 
as tennis's MVP, ri,v/i,.'ek ■*.!< 
named MVP of the timlcicii^c 
al,so, 

Tom Irons was named m 
cross country's MVP, Irons was 
the only Harjier runner li>i|ualifv 
lev Nationals, 

Congratulation to the above 
MVPs and all ihtrii leammaies lor 
* grait, season of fU ipMi. 




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Tin HarWnger 0«ce«l>«T 1. '*•* 



Page t6 




Men's B-ball struggles early 



St»n Writer 

Ai the tin: Um thluB* ta" 
been |«:««f • *«- "««'■ *;'"'* 

B,ll [>rotei «J •»« "o •*»" 

iihwi this «e*«» M ■*" ■* "*' 

Tte ttowks »« currenlty 



rfici 
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:ii|it«rimi • dismii' 
k»iitgluMcH«i> 
Waii.lwmi»e« (•" 

of tteir (.•"•■■ '• 
Thaiik,tgi» '»$ 
l,iilc Count'. 

in*'nf,>.i ... ' 

Still litHfiM ■' •»"■ ■■"■'"■ 
hilt, been iiu«<>t*imn.ii, » t'"'"''"''''' 
nnkiok « llii- situation. 'Wc vi- 

«■ tli«i>*t»* *>•'" «"' * «**'"• 
, gmij intemiij on fctfn«. *'<■ 
Msed a «).-«iitnylc eltat ii«i <» 
ofiemc »c ncwl "<»« P*"** 

unij'ptwK.* 

i™ then loss njMdtaJtrj.Uxt 

'Iia«)u jiiuniwleitd Icatb of t»-7 
awl 2:J-U Wtwi Mc-Hcrary •«» 



•bic lo cut ihr fcricil lo fi w a; 
3 1 l«i II llic end of Uie f>Kt halt 
ai>(l gnliKi tmo *■• V^ '"*'> 
■lio c*imm,nk'.(J 41 mriHwm tm 
ihm (»lj •*''* '•""' ''* *''''■ 

Their «"<i !»»« »(»"» 
loultl ha*e e*«h called 
"NiflitiwKe OB Ali""-" '' ""*' 

tj«Mii« " "•» '•' ';'■' 

like a 
u,*rt"H I ^ 

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ftohmai. Scott Shopitisl'y «.nli 
tifdh en<l» of o«e-aiKJ-t"ie with 
■line KcoKit wmainini 

IJnftmuaiitdy, the Ha«lt-i 
wmmni, »ay» «"■ I*" <" " *^*" 
» 'ihey stidercil hiick lo w" 
ht«th«"aki'>g tlrfMU «" »e 
tta-p'TTfunl sf-tvtne Tmimiimrwt 
In then ' 
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performance alter not «(mn« at 

all the pirevw»M night tgam^t 

Lilt,e County, Passi ailtta) eight 
ptiim* find m,a,it»ifd W» tarccr- 
high fiiK rehixiii-J* *itti \'> 
Bum:** *t"ff>J "> ["""i*. '»■"' 
eight R'tnHjin,K and iJi,ihe,iJ iwl 
fo«i issi>ts tx-fi'tf foultnt! "Ui 
,. ii,>i i,;','-, [ti.,;iii I'liim niiKiii.'- I-"' 



pcrlomunccj in »hn;h he neored 
eleven iwmw on Wednesday 
ntg,IU against Lake County and 
iiween points Sjutirday afternoon 

Kgainst Richland He also hil 
«ven three- pointers during the 

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(JH'lt UinKM!i"i ',"■••■ ■"- 

eoliMll by defeating Wheat.- 
Ixatfuiflh* •»» l«r the H«»' 
»ais Tra*« Cetry *i,th t*, X'tW 
Shtipwsky wtih 14 ami Joe fmu 
jiid tkinald (nene with 1*1 punt.* 
each, heh.nd slam dunks Ifoin 
Pasit and Picru-. HatV*"' f^"^ '*" 
» • 41-M Iciid ai ha,tfiime. hut 
Wh«,attMi dominated the sccowl 
h«,lf witli, ■ ,«tificiiiit riUy that cut 
an tS-poral te*!, li> l*o hclore 



;iv;ii.,'*,( wiin 

.ml m the 

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,*.ng» JgJi" **' "■"'•"'"' "'■'"'!"■. 
1(1 teir ne»l gam,e agamm 
Ricltlana, Hatpo had made a 
reinifkiihfc con»'l>at:k all" ir." 

ing at «ne U"*'-' '*>' '"' ''*'"'"" 
I eadmg the- »8> «» iti* H_a«^'^ 

we« Kevin Simpson. ,Joc Pawi, 
and, ia.«» Brook* Simpson pui 
loieihct a :;-p«ini. tour rehou,nd 



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ISiaiiit.. 

One ol the hritihi ■■(■■•■'■i' '"' 
, ,■ . , ■!) ihe (ftuinamem »as ihe 
,.,-r(ormance o( (teshman 
!...,..n Brcmks The St ViJ»,U>r 
(jrad *as n,iroed lo the all- 
i.Hjrnamrm iCiim h> putting 
i,i,'fil'i.,'i r*'> sensational 



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1 ijr ii.,t'*s,^ 'W.I" '''^' '"'* ^"'■' 
n'«l lor Ihe «■«,! t*o «»"'«■*■ ' »" 
I. .,,,,.,(,.1 .>! 1 p m,, they'll travel 
i,u,r. r>nve, Elgin «> 
iijm ihai eliminated 
ihenum a l>r«-in « the ha//-.' m 
ihc section loorncy Lisi \t'.ir 
Then, on Tucudaj', the Hawks 
will navel to Elmhurst College, 
IW I'rosp«l Ave.. Elmhupjl. lo 
■play the Bluqays at "i:l5 p,ni. 



21- n neiotw WIS"*-™ J ~— •■• .■j-^..,™ •»— 

Lady Hawks off to 2-1 start 

•^ ,. . ,, ,„.,... ,..i .., Kiclk under In ,^mv Kwu.l n.rvscl .1 ih 



,.diJHJ«>«t. ont 
fiad 'a team 



Mair v>-><.' 

W'u' 

iciurm- 
e'»ieryf>- ' ■ 
•■ituW 
siniW" 
W I 
HaipctUdy Ha w4,>.italJ<,>s:^« 
fgem m he itie case, Thi-^uiW 
HawU arc olf to J-t mark alter 
taking leeond ir» ihe Harper 
'llsinlBfiTing Tmjr-^, "•■--"' 

They have pi' '"^ 

t:«i,|l» leani' *'"■ 
win ovM Wrtilii 
finalii and a ^ ' ., , 

Krsh'W'aulieie in Uk u-dc (ii'nc w« 
a* the lady Hawk* «*»*«■'• 
behind several lt«»e*., pny*! 
,c:»\ Mugh until the end,, 

'They c;Wm: away from it'c 
laui'namcni tm((re,s»«'ng a t<"i 
(Hsople. includmii, lhetf_ In, •,' 
coiifh Tom Tc«::hner. "We is 
ifciiilg » mac f*. we'n.* «8y *c«« 



0,1 *hen *e *«e last year. We're, 

1,,,,,,.,,, .,■> play well under 

■.Vi. .ll'i: nLlill'ii,' :,! I ' ' 



wij, 'iiinjKCiMX' fui i,h..' 
(wt ol the ^'^ ' t 



nil 



li 



i,ii,if 



1,11.: k 



In'iiicii sc'iniTina) win oser 
W- fight Friday afternoon, the 
tjdy 'Hawk* »ere in temtw' fri'ini 

*.ei*iiiiil|«ir1T«'y «**','*'' 
ID a l«.2le»d with l"i:4«tteu » 
*r first half,. Wriglit would I" 
„,cIoB:irlhii»««nm«0"«'»^™ 
'Thtniai, Sirjion sjink » puit "l Irce 
throws and stored on a ^.l-itl >'" 
.,.-eplheR»m»cl'o*«: 

Then the Lady >'»'"» k( I«>^ 

the g:.r -" -' -"" "'"■■ 

unan«''-» 

Amy K', ■ , ". ■ ,, '' 

neat W put Harp«» aheail W »w 
"il t«),ft «'rlh VI (iiinuiei Icll " 



■■'" Wtlh ""• *">■ '''•"' 
rfvaiKeidit'if....' K..,ii»;ini''"' 

■r'!„II mini'. 

'in Saturday ...»..,;,■ i-i-- ►-' • 

for the f i«« Wi««n ■«* ■ '»'■' 
ifimu'ii's. tadi team* tatil'ed Nm.* 
..udtonhum.lall-Irunbylhr 

Kougais t»i,it them on v)p i»""» 
■*nh'l r' Icliinihe first tall,, 
Kishwaukee touU •>»*'' 
, vk'd on » It and put the 
„>ksaway, hulthiry went 
..,,,, .,.K. allowiid^Harper K,:>- !'■•*' 
Isiick into ifie ,game <m haskt ', • 
\mv K... •111,1 *i* 'W srrrvo.,!', 

■1. US 
:,i«ar 



.iiige runils eifhi 



.. IXl'ikl'l 1*11 

\K game to , 
M.u. • ■"'.*' ''■■^'■' '' 
Haw k 
the 10".*' 

hy CrlK'inu^;!!!"' ■■'"-' ' 
hf ought lijrr',-' '"'.i^'. '•" 
lead • ■ ' 

t , 
lUwk^ i,n.' I-,-"' "■"■ 
Kishwaukce kept tlx- 

. , .. ..- k In K«-k I'-. 



iiJi.'U 
s I S(l 



^li>ng with a hU"-> 
!'.irdputlht'K«i!;,.' 



t;.llKe (■' 



ii.',r had one last 
iiK fjnie up hut 



.eA .1 ihfce (ii"W 



In: f.ami: om ol 
Kishwaukec ilif 
;,'ii: Toumj!' 
■ Sitl! ih-; ' 



1> li.irfH-i 1.1 •.,< ...■■-■• ■•- ■•'^ 
.,,„ii::,i .IS ihey were led by 

Monica Prcrovsky •>''»^'''; 

fastale O' Oonoghuc with I'' 

,,..,,1 \m\ 'Ko/iol 

'.',,, „.k,'-, '*ill t^' >" 

...,U...'. ' - . .l^ tlK'S host 

II .|,)| , . .iiirusium at 

;.K'Tim I!,cv will alMl he at 
H.'ii, SjiuriUiyal IrtJp.m, and 
ibcn will •■■'■"'<: »^^^^ "' """' 
llttkk'w luc'x-l.iv ji^''«lP'"'' ■ 



RC Cola Bowl 

Ellsworth over Harper «-u 



McHe'nry ovet Harper a-^-*/,,-, 
Waubonsee over Harper l,0'0'-'6i 
Harper over Wheatof^ 65-61 
Wright over Harper 66-63 
IhanksgivinR Tournamrni 

Lake County over Harper b8-bt, 

Richland over Harper 76-71 

Harper placed 4lh 

Harper over M'C Henry ,5^4S 
Thankstjivinji rournanwnt 

Harper over Wrtghl 7S' « 
Kish'WauHee over Harper in -5 J 
Harper placed 2nd 



Mi''.'^,Ji..MSJS„' 
Harper at Elg' 
Saturday Dec, 3. 3pm 
Harper at Elmhurst 
Tuesday Dec. 6, 5pm 

Highland at Harper 

Thursday Dec. 1 . 3p'm 
Harper at Elgin 
Salurd'ay Dec.3. Ipw 
Oaktoo at Harper 
Tuesday Dec. B.Spm 

N^LiiJlii,lJ»J-!-=-=>^ 
Whitewater Irtvite 

Whitewater. Wt 

SatU'fday Dec, 3, Sam 

Regent Invite 
Rocklord IL 
Saturday Dec 3. Ham 



witvr&Ji jtrri(A»yJUiiAL3 

BMKnmLLllMM 

,.,,j,i.„ns shouid sign your u-ams .i;- 
..iiccinu'iK up to 6 teams 
DATl''S'Dcc,6 thrtj Feb.Il 
l>,/\ YS' Tuesday's 
TIMf; ■!.'-:! 

I'l ACE-Gym; M BIdg ,^ , _ 

.wc arc 'looking for a few rcspor, ■-■.. 
tJCOplf 10 telctce and s;..rcker; 

co'Otac'l Dan Ku 

BBtia.miBMLmum.mmi 

„.Mgn up ""* 
|r, person htacVcl 
'rr.rKN,AMiATl)Art'..S.il On.n 

'I I ML 1(1 1 

I'M M I ,a.,i,iu.,-lb.>!l ccurts. M BKlp 

rkl/1 S \'-\ .■"ii.l.'u.l.Jih place 

iiiiitMEjmiJMMiMJMmmmi 

^f jfiiiTiti tNttU nOINSH. 




RRBinGER 



MalMjr Har^r tvllttt 
rtlaitat, llliii'lt 



December 8, IMi 
VOL. 23 NO. 14 



Area high school 
graduates choose jj 
Harper 



Uaqicr Cul' 



HJ'aJliUK"* («>«" H(.)tlilI.Hl i-M3K» I 
■■:.-ml H.,.rtvr ,- " •'•" V^-nvm 



■iiTitKT i>f (tradualcji 

nwiiuiicj 111.'' ^vrnlWiM 

Harper ihi* i .1 l>y T ^^ 

.. -rtlinil; to 

iiai'M'x 

tuiiion I", ily.nxkttimg al 

f,„.t. »,.. ,. ptihln: iinj pirt-aie 

.J, j,i the '^mic liniiv 

..■r« i\ cull I I'll! I'M", i 

,■ I'oi fini.j.nti.il iMtl 

;, :i^ niin't< rrn'fif* 



P- 

tl'»ttiBuil.lii,-ljii"t "it:!" ^'■■•■""'1 
Of llMSi L'»llCBf'-h:>uml (rcvhrncn, 
2i„l I'k'ii, .,'fit enmllfil .il (larptir 
(iith fi;'pr'c>.k'mf<l an 
'■' ^ i-T. ..'I'll iKun (all 




lluv IjtI. 

ilkicaM" 

ifc-roesU' 

Ph.; 

Ilr'nt 



, ihuH'ScIo'I 

Nc* 

..■me o'f 

,:i'jiltkiiif'!. are 

I he Siuriem 



Rfceniiim ml Tr« Trmmung I»iiri> •ii.t <ht 6111 of ■» lt.in«l •" 



ITirjMT ■. Hi-'liday 
mui fcUicd liUny 
Ihe mcrcmc m Harper's f».U 

nir<;»llme.iit: 

•The «iidfn.j a mil laiily 10 
kavt hurac, 

•Ttic iluJcrit (lc*«.rt^ i4'i'h!iK'al 
'ikili* th.il. il tommumly ti.illct:i' 

. ! '.imlc«u\ 



.h.>ui.i 



A vision for 
Harper College 



III \1..na 

SIsilf VViil 



MuliriKif. sLilctl "Wrial wc turn 
111 111 ilu- aitminiMrjiinn arc 



■|'»'i*8 
Juiilt"^ 



4 



III .4:>,. ^4i.«J i lyyicr 



Ilk.;, 

'I llSJVCt I 



■.tittkfli ili.i.|iiyii4l i.tyJi..M|| 
''.t<lMI lull' .j(l'|>. 



(Kiitnn of ihf l'*S 



.,.j''.i„i..i>.. ..11 !* 
iilk'gV'Kmnil 



< iKiilnucil' in |>at* 1 



Harper earns National 
Finalist honors 



Ht .Iani.lt M*mm 

siirf Wrli»r 

Harper Cttfcge wm ofl'itially 
ttxogni/rd »•< a "Natn'inal fii)ali>.i 
m the SeiTcurv't A*iinl (nr 
Oiil.iianding .AJult B,tMi 
Eilut-aiitin Prograins. " Thiniwn 
«:h{vK nalionwi* rrccivcd ihe 
. ' i..'h wcti' 
i hf other 

niuntly lOilegc ii' raeivc thc 
ii'd t* Scatlk Co'iiiiiiu.nil>' 
'I irik-fc in: WaiJlingim. 

TtK award was (weKHied at a 
rfcejMi"!! n' Harik-r Cfilkge by 
Brun fji. l.'p(iriniein 

.if cdui.i; ■ .■i.'icntalive,, 
Pafnt:u Mu,fc(*>iiit', aisiiciaic 



I" 
d. ... 

1 hiMiH" 
foifct;'. 



,11 f 1,1 lit: .11 ion 
Paul N 
■1! I'lC 11.11-pvi 

uivk'iiril, htiart] 



i'ta,im'Uii, *i*rc wi harnl U'l rcteivc 
il'ic award. Ciucste intliitlcd al the 
lunthctm wf'rc Philip {"ranc 
ILJi. reiMc.tenialive, Virgi(U.i 
Ml Donald, stale senator A 
tongraiulaliiry rneisage wn 
t«('iv«l lojtii CoveriKjr Jaiiit'* R 
TtM'WTipstm 

The enure piiKcss of tautimg 
the .iw.ii-.l liHik .;i('i(inuim.ilcl)' 
itutf iiHiruhv A nueMiiifHi.iire 
whiih int'luilej ['irn^rjni 
mlornuilHin, ilic nmuhi'i' iit 
siiktaiw. ai'kl a »;ll .ev jluauiMi haii 
lo be >..e.ni iti. 




t'Lirpci to) III rcip'ind iii ten 
iJilTejciu arcan., William R 
I angncr. t'dutJition prtitvaiti 
^ptin-iliM, did an on-'niie n-.!! m 
M.iy ..\IIl-i ihc ■ill!' viMl, Itio 
v'liiim;.. '.Mil,' n.irT'ii'A.i:d In r-H! 
mIi.M'I-. m llic '.l.il.' "I illifuiis 
IIk-ii 11 '*.|.. '. ui I.' till' -...hiKiK in 
ilie Midwcil ittihin. whieh 
iiK'Iudcd \i\ iUkrit. Tticn HariK-i 
micrcd dii- I'ljiu'iruls, 

The Adull Edui-alion 
Dcpannteni at Harpt-r is proud w 
have hecn rianonaily honewd. In 
icsjwnie 1(1 ihc amir'd. President 
rhoiiipMHi 'Viid, "Il l^ niic HI 
I'iime in vkoik m ihc iiinmini; 
knowing ihai mir «:hi,:iol ha^ Ken 
nalnmally retogni/ed, esiKei.illv 
alrr being here liir Ics,* than lour 
months." 

have more 
h d- iN!>.. ■ 111.' 
''i..!:'i..r .il it'll. 



IlK'l'i'i' ' : ' 

•lUaji'it itivm.iii I. It a ti\t.yiiai 
term 

irannlak-i, 
.rrid (lala- 
UHli'u'cii'ii- iiu'.ii-, l>>).^M^llc poal 
ulcat, vitii'ili arc llii'ti mcor')»ira!fd 
rnlri a planninj.; pIv^'l'^■. The 
riiain Im'u^ ol llic iii..tiujtuiii,.il 
11'-... IS 10 iiHciKc all 
li'.unilion, 10 
I I 1.111 ilic current 
til inlttlaie *nh 
prfH'i'diires This 
il'i'.!' fall and 



'pLiiiiii".' lit.' 

IHfli 

olst.ii. 

glials, .iiid 

budKi'tarv 

.igciidurii . 

iii'vraies . Ic 

The ■ 1 nates Ih'C 

['■linmiic ; '.IS supp<.>n 

and "ir '"! ■'•'■ 

pai'iicipasi 

a survey '-" ' ' . - 

^l.ilT, and 'siuilcni'i l.<f sugge'smms 
on future g'-'ul'i 

During the phase 
"Synthesis", the IPC hnngs 
together and evaluates the 
resfKirises, and tJien Mihnuis itK-m 
to the admtriisuation as 
rcvoinnicndiiuons 

The Chair of the IW. Pal 



.■;,:[iiiiir.ll',iln"in 

annually si:iid'. .111 nlhu.r 
pials lor Haqx'f In the !> 
"; . "" " ,;i'd Ol I I'll sic Cs 

, iial gnals. 

\n.M ni till le-tomnicnda- 
Huns o( the IK' are adopted by 
the Board ft 'Imsii..., m July 
llie insiiiuii ■' ' pis-d ill 

Inly PJS.H, c. '. : '.'ur main 

ideis. 

Focus one revolved on 
Hualily programs and curriculum. 
Some tcatures under this focus 
included the dcvclopmeni of 
programs to increase student 
retention, research on student 
success and clfectivc production 
1 if college puhl ications . 

FiKus Two incorporated the 
■dea ill' an "effective employee 
dcvelopnu-nt ', which can 
conteniMie on "student-oricnled 
and service -oriented mitrketing 
philiKophy." 

' .... ;"hree and Four were 
ntinuing facility and 

'.,.av., i\. With respect to 

funding. 

I'lmllnuril on pag< Z 



'Hi,- 



" I hope 

oppiH'iunii 
•We'd 
aw'ird 
conTiniji. . 
leceiwcil 11. 

Mufcrot 
and cicfled 



r 

Ha 



..!.' 



s.ud. "I .im pleased 
This awar'd shows 
hvd 'WO'rk arid .drnticalion by our 
staff, and tt shows ongotng 
insiiiiiiional 'support by the 
C,.ii..-.-,. 

.id., 'Ill 
1 , -in^ilc 



h xrd h„tni{* in 



iccusiiiiiiin 
[icopic that I'lukc 
ate)i,me(fon." 



.irli It wa.s 



Harper leads ihe way 

l.fR loiiks h.ic'k' Acc'oniplishiTienis 

nt a husy scmcsier 

lis- .til) loriier 

Naked MupKlily. Sheer fun 

Fdie Brickell a'tid New Bohemians 

op 1(1 couriklowri lur 'SK 
llarpet\ swiiTtntiiig 
and diving team needs n'lenihers 

UKil l',\.im Schedule I-all. I*»KH 
(hih News 

I'lHiili.ill season Dverview 
L,ad;s llavsks (-"aeing Problems 



Page 2 

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I 



News 

Graduates 

l:;imlinu«rd. Vrmni page I 



•The \Ui>l«-ril iiri;tiT% ■«ii.ill 
•Haipcf t* "1 a tunvcmctu 

•The t.o»l IS »iilitn ihc 

siuilfm'> 111. 

•Conii ";.tmni Jirc 

lfv.-ttitcjK.....f, .'■■ ..iiinmiintiy 

A»:t'orilmf Ki an AiliiH%Miin s 
fcti4:«,. mmt'f of Harpcr'\ jk* 
frc^hiliC'il will aiKw) ht:ri- I'm Iwo 
ycM\. 3ml itii-n uiinslcr In it lour 
yc-ai tiilli.>;t: or univeriiiy lo 
. -inplok' tlirif l'ui'lk'.Un\ i,li'i:,ri,-i- 

U'lhcr liohiiii-n tkiiik I 
I r.ivill in l*u >c;ir «.jri;i; 
p.t.v;r.iii.» lf> pfcpjfi" llicm Uh 
iijirii.-.lsjk- iTUtk nil., ill, I.. 1-1 
maikci Hji'h I 
f.<i pr.'cr.iiif. II 

ifchnoliigv. .irul 

I'ing, i« well u in ihc 

(cbMCil ticlils of fiKtd Krv'KC 
mauilt'iiiciM. ctiiM <lrvcki|MiieH, 
|(iurnali«m. (lcii|;n iintl 
mcri'hwMltsiiig, ami iillicit hulih 
cmvtii. 

'Haipcr College h»« ■ gcKKf 
fciMlatim III itK* cDinrmintty iml 
I ihak ouf crcilihility with htfh 
school *l,inli«il» i\ iBccta-imjS,." 

Inliniiijii.ii' .iln'tii ■I't''''^'''"' 
(»ognimi 4iiil m.i(i,«\ n .[vjiLiMc 
(mm ihi- .■\ilmj«,Hm i Xtm,', I \i 



The Harbinser Dewmber N. IM* 



pae« 2 



Vision 



innilniK'd (r'lin [m|:« 1 



Itie 
.■h of 



•*tiAl\ .an. Ill, -..in! Mil).. I..! 
The Itf „.il..o. irniil'»,\l 
king- le nil 1. 1 1 " '' :,...!. 
the dirctli." ■ M 

shouU hf 111.1....,, .:_....,; i!k 
ten years. Tin.* iri\|.ilutia<n 
hfoatkin lU V (...'* Ill filieiTi le 

r ■ 
ilev>-; 
H.:n|| 



.1 

Iy' 

vMih 
.Kert 

,.irjx.-r 

IK>I 

miiv 

.■jrs 

i.-ij 

iiir 



Plans for nursing 
scholarship 



'.''.,1.1' .' ■ .» '. .. 1.1 u...i.LK,i I.S a 
I ■■;>..!! .Ill 111,' . .iiii':.|.,.,i.in ol the 

I ■ .! . >..l iirillllilHirl) i.lllCUCS. It 

lm,:uifwnl dimii hy a panel 
: ii'.T..ni l.'.ul.Tv in ibe torn.' 
mum ...•mem," 

suieil "^' ,. 

The. 4)>.i«:..B(i.i«M » not <xily 

t«»ttan.-*Klf , Nil alto ipplici 

'.!■• el' general 

in whith 

ro.n 

.t.'CU ..lUl 
. . . ,.., .n'vsot !tk' 

■iisim 

1 1 11 111 tht.i liiJiiTe 

II 1 
c-nh.ii 



Hy .^lisa t'hifiltinll 

siiiff Wriltr 

CLiiis arc uiiiler>*ay Ki set 
ii|i ,.) Nufsmg .Scholarship Fuml 
!iiin..rin,(; retiree Joanne llemty 
Int h.r .M I'.-.ir.. Ill sen-ice to 
llarfki: : tun.l *iil K" 

svi iif ., ,t ^(«vlar\hip 

I ' 'lesi »iH K' 

J,. .iilr niif.iriL: 

SIU....L.-I:.: 
1 h . 



lured b\ i 



■ .Icvflop the 
.!■ , !. tree 

.cur I'lrsi 

nuixiic iiiuLiioi Ji iiK. iiiilegc 
Heirily serkCil a.s Director of the 
NuTsin^: l'r.i.|traro from IWrfi U'l 
I''.' ' r>i]uii|; her I''' yi'ars ai 
ff..ir|n-[ ..III ti.i» nude many 
.■iUitation of 



■i ...lu . 
ne^ Iv 



i.m to 
- i...inne 

M..ike 

mild 

Itle 




lucRt (...fit ICC at Harper 



Fourth place for speech 
team in last tournament 



"rh.r H.irpjT Stx'ech Team 



.11 1 
Da 



■.ii,;in I 
I'cmhci 



tnninuoiii. I 
3.1. tht-'la 
''..ffwMer 
)ir...u.i ...| 
III.,, 



.11 lege on 
.1 timrna 



ilie ic .11111 



1 anp,, .1 ..-end vearmemher 

the learn, placed sixth in 

iiii'miniea.ii.oi» Aniitysvs, third 

111 Jipcftli - '"-.•: :! scxom) m 

Inicirniai. .ii'id firsi in 



[lilies. ,She »oii lnu,nli 
PerM,r.3s»\'r Spi'.iline 



S..UI Nei.ll and Tan Vaughn. 

l,indstroiii placed snih in 
Informative Siwiliing. and Neidl 
and Vaufhn took llic fdih place 
trophies loi ilieii Duct Acting 

s*'cne 

Older iii.iiilx-rs lonuilmimn 
ici ihe ie.im s -ucccv. *eie John 
('i.irdiier, Wvnn (irippe, Dina 
I'hinn and l)i»i« K.iv 



I 1: ucpnic, i..'ii in 1 iriilj in. 
'.vthi hfoiigihi home low 

Ic. 



Nobody 

does 

it better. 



Hmirii 
■Ihy i-i 



l'ri"|iaratiii« 



■ i..,i.ite ijioks 

• W.llllT'SSPS 

• Hll'SI,i|''SM*S 

• l>tst't*;isltc« 
- IVn I iitilv 

' l-\.i';iiii;j Ictlflirii 



*v(»'r 



\lfi:il Disi'iiHtih. 
■[■'■■■■•-- ■■: I .- - ■■ ;-'iti 



Harper leads the way 



ll> Mimi ls« 
Si«ri Wriwr 

H.invT i .itleise »itl 'be oflcrlnic 

I, Business Infonna.. 
Ill iHtMt.oniier Ihc 
■ .. ... 1 



i ir-. '.Mil I'le .1 niiriiei 
I 1. , !,,i 111,..- ri,.'>-i ol llie s.tite." 
I Ills j.i...^fani trains personnel 

to become inaii!«g:crs ol the u-nni. 

nat operators anil p.ii.rt;h»sers ol 

(ompiiicr e.ciuipmem.. Either a 1*0.. 

yciir degrix' or t J(l- semester hour 

cTmlicate (savaibWc 

The studem * ill hiw the *il- 

tty 10 i*'Otli m the inftirmalion 



cenier of a «>mpany . le-rn how to 
buy C0ilip"lc-r hard US .Of and 
solf:*'»rc. and put., hasc his own 
i^uipment. 

During spring seincsler. 
Inftinnalion Apptiiuliuns 
and I tchnolinjics iHIM 170) 
and Knl«rprlse-widr Infornia- 
liiiii Analyus (BIM 17!il. will 
h- offered on Tuc;sday aiKl Thurnday 
evenings 10 olnain ma»imum 
enmllnieni ria.ss times are 6;25- 
4 11^ P III 

iiir more in form alum, call 
Prolessoi Zilkowski ai W7.1Hli:i, 
cit 2555 or slopin al Building I. 
Kixtm 214, 




.IfM CJ'i .Jfl'i 



Lobster 



An 

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT 

for 

STUDENT NURSES 

K iyt«i htvt %wx«sihjlly comf>|.eted o« wmeitet ol 
dlnlcj>.I nurUng «n<l pc»t«M CW »««£ Iteicue C«nl- 
B..j>nan, NorilwMit Ojmrmjnuv Ho»f<t«l m»y lave 

jM or»(:iommlty tor you »n oot 

NURSES AIDE PROGRAM 

for Student Nurses 

Hr«ll)lr Hours - Orfcnution laniMvy 9-14, 1989 

.. . ■■" •>■■' 111 ejipiirsl y.i>af pmcMcJi ikJIH ami «cq.ulrr ^iili..i*We 
.■T.4t%ikmM w.amgf CM now lo mtmgc your p»non«l 



Ka/olynri Wrlu. BK 
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bMcc skills necdtJ n> gcl ikmf. m 
om iiial.li.-otwiHi"«l wtiiU. Thf' 
tiecitmc nialli aii.».«.'.u* and ma 
•winiicn avcml nulh al iiJI tiiMs 

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.^.timcii, Bui ii t\ iiol c\t!ti<ivcly 
a (cni.il..- ..liK:m"i-.i I'f'^i't 
btlK'vi-.. iliJl -iii""i.i-. nil'" f-' 
hit aic itii'i'i" rcivk'ianl in «>'' 
help, tl..; K:li..-...-- ihal «mic men 
led that "llKii malciH-s.s «s ljeii»g 
alttttcd" tf ihcy aJ-k for telp. 

Maih an Items men anil 
•(■ten ...in '"""* I""' ii'tseil**' airf. 
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linuii' Il '^ il>'^ a^pccl ol 

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' the seulptof's miml. 

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,irU lUiilciiu tati jkim ai Ji'i) uiiie 

Ocriups SIR* -M ih'ii !«• Kavi! 
t.ecn 4yec«sful « tommumt.. 
uiIKMic* ami lo.ut-yfai sckxii 
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Tills |.s a nuoie (rorvi RiJiard Hum ^tio* ^-ulpiurcs Mirround ihc 

(Urpcr Ceitlei^.- tomro.i,irulv W h.ii i- ihi-. Kiuulplures utility ' What 

li.l Pk h .ol I Inn! u ;ifH lo lon^e^ to .itie v ,e^.,T ' Wh<:n vrwins: Uicm.' 

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T^foycr. Mill* l.ali .•VviisBM 'Vil 
lUsraiurii ai'id Msotaic rrtilcwTf 
ol Malh M;ir|tct Stotl. *>ll «« 
on ilie lirsl and ihirj rnJays o.| 
Detembcr from 1 2 : ')Op..m- 

2:(:%.i». m mm. 

TlM mipiion iwmp is w.»t a 

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10 help iiulivitlMts 

ovcKomc their anxiclie* nt 

mMtKmalK'al \iiiaiioiK 

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(ccling* A:i slwktiK have ahiul 



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JIN DO FURS 

GROW WITH THE BEST 

Full Ttme Sales Position and AssisUmt 

Mann^ment Position open with the 

vorWs largest Fur Manufacturer, 

Jindo. Furs Salary plus co.ninMssion 

»lMd mmivah villi fkiAl* i.clse.auk.J Cor.»ci 

Mtehilk Btiley m Stolue §> 673- .:<■■■ 
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• II younii.i.1 .!:.,.■!', '"'.: alier 
..oy alt" (linrici mn, li.o'e your 
.Irinks *ii*i iliniiti. iiix atier»a«l. 

•.(Jewarc of unfaim'liai ilnnks. 

• i',>n'l Jrmi. lo relax when 

i ly nocit a chaftRC ol' ptt''" 
leer 

.; tlw [m.rix>se 
. .lierscvs, IKH 



<y plan a bolMlay ,(«ri. j *» "'' '■ 



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II ii\ .1 .limiet p.»ri>. «'rve on 
*.,he,.tule .'\ ei>ekt.,iil hour o 

.(,j,.,>e,l to enhanui a Imc 

,) trine 1, ii.it vompi-ie *ilh H. 

Aiier t. in.iii* Junks. 

guevu ;.>■*■ itien .il>ilii> V) make 
gimtt rt,EnuTUv 

IK-eitle in advantf when you 
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l.Ullull ^IlJitk, 

.\ hearty vnaet preiviJes 

«nii.e mm-drink»ng lime helofc 

your (! lie its sian. M.i drive home 

Howevcf,, Il a siievi hav had 

nil., h i.> .Itirik, II o vour 

ihai he or 

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• yoii h.iM- ilie nehi to have 
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..! ri.,iv.- ihi.- lei'ii' •" ^O'l 
i.,r plamune, thinking. 

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1 

hi liol 10 

■i.T iiuiialionv, 
. rijihi mil ui 

■ . iimim' "f a 
more than I'f 
1,;:..,.. l'.,i.l'..oi ..-.ir plugs. 

■ Viiu have the rufhl Ui ask 
tor help .md vupixiri lium tricnds. 
family, your chutch/synagogue 

.md.'iir ennitnunitv vcrvite 
.ij::eneie,. 

-Vmi iKoe ihe tight to (.loe 
prc'senli thai are * uhm your 
Ikiiidav budget 

• You have the righl lo vay 

,..„, n, ;,!,, oh.il. dtufis. Clg»^clle^ 

, ,. ,>l peean pie a 

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The Harbinger l>eceii>l»«r H, 198S 



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IS IT A COLD OR THE R.U? 

Sympioms Cold Flu 



1 c\ tT Rare 

Hc;!ti3ctw Rare 

(jtncrai Acht-s am! Piiina $1^. 

[•atiguc .uid V^'cikncsi QlilltiniU 

Pri'»i!,rain>n Nevw 

Run ,n ) . .s lu I'f y Nose CtMiuion. 

Snerzing 'OiMl: 

Sorr Thfoal Conwinn 

Chesi Diwoinlon, Cough Mild to ModcnWB' 
Hacking Cough 

SmmT N.;j.inwa) Invtiiuic erf Allcrgv awl Infcftioin r>i*<":;i- 



OMTacicnsik Hi(iJ . 

Sudden Onset: I,.a%ii "• iu.ivN 

l.IllJ*l; Otm Qlifc Sjvrrc 

EJttmne; Can tm 2- ' wt-As 

iftly aiMJ I'tMiinent 

Sameptnci 

.SkMMttmes 

.Somettmes 

Commort; Can Biscwne Severe, 



LRC looks back: 

Accomplishments 
of a busy semester 

Ilic lihrarv .kIiIciI wvctjI m-» |>ri:>prams during; 

ihis -.i;iiii-.,iiT [ii .-crvo viiurcaiiifHis needs, 

I jH\ .11. i-N\ lu newspapers IramovcrJ'iii.iiic^ 

' ' "■ ''"■ >'''ii'iirv .ire availahlc. This «tvh:c k 
. M 'i^sitWK, ji microCkhc «>ll«-tHin 
>i!ii liA, .liij IS .irranjtcil h\ hrexKl subjccl 

-A l.Kc lili ot >.»ri\ IS in pm^tress M the 1 RC 
Auraiinc anj (untiuiiial chairs in gray and navy 
rv plate. I losi and hnAcn iHmiliire 

All eeilinf; :,. lune K-on scruhhed, 

permilinn; j t.r.r it,e si.Kks Two small 

siiid) .i/eas *crt; ki. eiiiiy ueaied In ailitiny dcKirs U'l 
eorikT sixkt-s. 

The aumniaiiiin projei'l has aJiU-d to ihe, face 
III I A L.impuier nxjm. txtrnplew with raised floor, 
has linen ei.n.struticd;md filial wilh cquijiment. 

S«MI, i:i.iiiipu(cr eatiloi; ternnnjU will marth 
down the ccrilcr ol ihe tihr,ir> on uliles ptiividrng 



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MASTERS of 

INNOmHON 

COMPETITION 

Will a $:i,(MM>* /cnith ( ioiiipiitrr S\Merii. 

V\f'if s*-.inlmiij liii t^HH1lr1.■■.^ ■ . . . ■. 
H*.«iw !■.-•.,■■ .■,,.,,: .lUlrwHh 

/rtmltl' ..I ■.. ,, . . ,.eJkmn 

Hrltl . .1 si 1 , ,„. 

V.mn.iil(lHiii -i,nh l».i(,iS«.,:. 

J'l.Knr H.ilth ■ '■ ^ • •|lli|»«lfMI I. < • ,. • ,, . ^,, . ., ., 

wmt (uitiM-.,inil n.m.m.11 innisinHini (mm \.iui |«'i-is 

For Mmr InfanoMiwn And IMkial Ruin. CUI l-HUO-aSWmi. 
ComfWIilktn End* March I. J»9. Void Whrre Pnthibiicd. 



■■" liuuueh annual and 

III..''. .') fenHTMl ,e ■ ' ■ ■,- 

.ss several yeai- 

- Iiiiles. 

i-s. and 

TIk-sc 

■ ' I'sl based 

I pari 111 ihiA sysieni sii patmns 
111 rheir H'ai'ih resulis 
;ien and oHereJ porsunal 
.irs Despiw liniiie.) aeeess. 
: ihrmiph iht- gale uii.- ilie 

\V iicms eiti. iii.iie.l 

■ fele.rcna' niii'-ir-iis 

- lie* IxK'ils and '.'!.Z\i new 

- 'I -Ills lor 

.11,1 (iiher 

isirjie eshihii, in (lie 1 RC. 



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.l.-iiinels and 

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Ihe Photo l.jlh pr*'>di<t:cd 14,7.:i' .IkKs .ind 

"''■■■ 'I'.'.Iia Scrvitcs aJdcd two salclliie 

'. ren. e and iMhcr direct program 

1 K< Lieullv and sijll worked on auleiniaiion 
ipeeiliealions, resiewed vendor prcxlutu, and 
nwonimended an or line lihrarj' ctimpuicr system for 
the LRC, 

Ai the lihrary puti on a new face ftir nc»c 
lemeaer. ihe stiiff asks ikit you jinn Ux'm lre*h and 
early ntrtt year' 



data 
systems 



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Editorial 

The Bunger Awards: 
And the winner is... 

Tilt lim* hin, rum* tn »aj "ihwnk jim" and 
■■fircwelt- tiorrj lit and TrudjI. My «einr<tl«r hrxan 
hack in July, whra iht Harhingrr ^lafT i<>n«i<.lrd iif 
iibtml Hir«e priiplr. We decided Ik take cm the nearl* 
tnipossiMe la*k «»f pnttini out a suminer «rlentali.>ii 
edition of Ihe llarbiaftr. Throufhuul the wme»nr thv 
staff hai tnmn hixk In liit and clmene^i* I vervone 
ttm worked hard to ireale a t'wxJ imase f.ir the ninitpr 

Fini I «<)nld like l« thank rr«d» Hirlut: *nrrlari, 
cnnj eililor. iatpiralur, PR perMtn. and mom" Tmd* 
i» the only ttaff memhtr who hai probabl; pul in mure 
hour! than me land 1 vas putting '» mwe'lhan 40 hnar« 
• week for Ike lieller part of the *enie»lerl She helped 
mt »r|anl*e all of the Ringer* file*, train nur hn*inr-it 
manaier, aMif» article*, proof artitles. molnuir ihr 
ila0, make the paper'* nanit known to bu*ine\stv. tri 
up ftaff meelinx-i. clean up lh« orTice after the paper is 
iMit. and make sure etcrfone k doing their homework. 

Managing Editor R»h«n Datii. hm Itern with me 
llnee July (fimlK which ii quite an accomplishment Jf 
ynii Umk at oor track record. Out of nine editor*, three 
have been replaced and one «aa varani until our third 
taut. She ha.i spent more than her share of Tuesda* 
nlfhls working nn the paper i»hen I %a* iuesdat niichi. 
I really mean gjull Wednei.djij morraingV \e%l *emr»icr 
*tie it moetaf III t-hicago and will no loincf I,, 
iiUcndijri Harper. To Rohyn I •■*■> sjiy farewell. 

Wilhoiil photos this pajwr wiiuM look prell* liland, 
and without .John Sissora. fiholofriiph* edildr, there 
woiuW he n« pliolos. I'niil rm'tuH ,|..tiii'»..v i.ikirr- amil' 
d!e»el«ipli»i all of the photos 

**'> pri projt'ci ihis V. • .. .,,-tl, 



nr «iii ilirini 

.!!;<' *"ui' Bern* is 

n:ri r.ur 'VIooilat dradlihe. 

?^c»s column niakiuf it a 



luh Nf»s on ll»r i 
..i..k, •■' iltr only rditiws i,i. 
Nl'iir I..H .iniimiited the fluli 
^' 11 (,■ 1 1" % "t 

Ftir (hrrr v.-jri, I doulilnl j\ \ri»» l-:ili(«r and MlWr- 
im-Mutr. ,U<-||, nuyt>r three iirrk'^, ll irtrntrd tikt 
three jorvi »hile .kfl frrehiiA ..inn't .-vafiti ihriiled 
with lh( .tlrji. i miiiiiiierd rii prrsuiidi- him h> takr Siews 
I-:dit<ir fur me. Withi.ut .Icff, ....thcr the [...fi.r ».,ii.ld nr.t 
he goint out. or I would hinr a permaoeni re*idtiict' ui 
a mental hospital (I alrmd* have a lemnuriirt 
rrsidrncel. 

l.ike Jeff. Scoti \tidl rcpliicfd a sacanc* and kepi 
»« paper going, tlis pages improir weekly,' adding to 
tilt profesMunal liHifc of the paper. 

Petr Soh) brought a new meaning to Ihe "Sports 
»»gt". IMe IS (he only editor I ran think of fiMilish 
ewragh to a»k for three pages and capaMt enougli tii fill 
Ihem. 

Moaey-mau Mark ilaike has increased Iht resenu* of 
the paiHtr at an almost unbelievable pace. Hut tbat's no! 
all. He layi «ui rumiri (and Jut* about anything else be 
can get bit kands oa) and even writes fur us 
nccasionally. 

I would ako like to mtnlion Andy Halars. 
Enlertainnitni Editor and Byron Rlanchord. Sports 
Editor, whrt were unable lo cumplele the semester with 
M. This is probably the eslent of acknowledgment Ihcs 
will get, which ts a pity And* BaUrs worked hard and 
donated a lot of personal lime as photographer, writer, 
and editor. Byron also spent many a Tuesda* nigbl 
slaving over hi* pages C.hhI luck to you both in vour 
rmwrc endeavors. 

To all of the Binger Staff, rhank yon". 

Over the past two years. Harper has become bigger 
and belter than ever before with an espanded and 
improved campus and curriculum fo the 
Adminiflratiwn. Encalty. and Staff for Ibeir 
achietcmtnls. cooperation, and support, I also ettend 

Douglas Ray 
Edilorin-I hief 





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So-long, farewell, auf wiedersehn, i*ood-bve 



Klaff ( iitumiilil 

I have always fuicd gmxl- 
hjes. Some lotln say they cam 
sund kiod tarc'wcll's, but me, I 
halt any i\jii-o( w-tmig 

rtit< ri,>'.ret,('ul \tiiit(t(.m'iing 
li.n it».n., h.iJ J mivi-fj ;il'lri;t on 



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very diikiiV'C vk'ay ul iindini: ttul 
who ooc's Ifuc fnri'Kti irr 



hm,- tionicwiifk, ii'siimc 

'li-' iiuTi. 1 ricod tu 

• i-.Uiin. or ihc ever 

I'lT"'.". ) il lall you kick m a 

i.vijplc niinuicv, a.iv ! am nuakly 

i:r.i|itiin(: |,.c ihc hatkiJ.mr 

Br; JUS,- M! maris l,i|kv u.ill 

' '" '•Tong idv-a *hciuhi-v i,vl 

'■»H' been n.isifcau-il 1 

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Entertainment 



Dtccmlwr S. 1988 



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Naked Stupidity, Sheer Fun 




U» ScntI StM 
t-ntrrtalniBciil Kdllor 

BecjUK this t% the lx>i issue 
of tlie HiKbingcr thi« lemcsici. 

hcre'i • review ol' a movie (or tht 
litiliiby KsisiNi thai breaks up Ok 
monotmy <»f »" '•>« rhntlroas 
films fhii *«kend 1 wcni mj 



itic cinema, walked up lo Ote tiox 
oHke and slid. 'I wtwld like one 
ticket t(tr The Naked iimm. I 
thmk. 

TKr Naked CIiiii, twttm 
Ihr filr> of Pnlicc Sqitad. 
U'hkh K tK full name, is a 
tii/arrc su>ry about LieutcnaiU 



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Frank Drchin(l..eslJr Nielutn) 
(»f the Icis Angcic* (\itKc Si|um1 

Drcbin's partner and close 
tricnd lO. J. JtimpMn) is 
hmptuU/cd hy a bunth of 
playeis in i drug rinij, (Prciiy 
lunny so fai . Huh? ) Drebm tlKn 
swears that he will lind the men 
wh«> shot his partner (There. *c 
no* his'eaplot!) 

While investigating the 
allack. Dri-hin comes across a 
very interesting villain. Mr. 
Viciof Ludwig (Ricardo 
Montalban) (Yei. Mr. 
Romke.) Ludwig is u bigwjg in 
L. A. who covers hn tracks very 
well, uniil uiick.i> cover him. (If 
this last sentence needs 
clanric.ai.ian, sec. the film.) 

Ludwig plans on 
■ssasunattng Qwxn Elinbclh 
when she vmis the Cily of 
Angels by using a form of 
hypnosis to control ■ person long 
enough so he/she caii became an 
assassin. (No(.iee bow we have 



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deviiiliod from the original pkit.) 

The lovely Miss Jane 
Spenccr(Prisrilla Presley i. .< 
current employee for l.udwig. 
enters the vtcnc as Drchin's love 
inicrcsl, Dichin thinks she. 
.Spencer, is just there lo throw 
him off ibc iceni. 

This enure film is untter the 
direction of the drnjcnicd mind ol 
David Zurker 

Zutkcr. who previously 
involved in the Airplaac 
movies. Top Secret and the 
Police Squad television 
progmm. d«s not Jet down the 
audience in (his new motion 
picture He has all the worst puns 
you can think of. mixed wiijh an 
overriding Stooges type of 
siUincsK. 

NieLten. who sutrred in ihr 
T', V. Mice Squad program, once 
again leaves the movie-goers 
lauf^ing. 'The chancier of Drebin 
is one of slie«r hero.ics combined 
vviih cKircmc iJkvv. jjid Nielsen 
(»irtray< ihi^ m a vciy comedic 
form. 

Monialban iries his luck ai a 



villain in a comedy, a Wrath of 
Khan, villain turned sillj if you 
'.Mil , .in J dues a very funny job. 

l*rc>lcj . after the death of her 
husband, hxs really come into the 
spotlight. Her performance as 
Spencer made me wtmder if il 
was Ptiscilla Presley on the 
aTCcn. 

Due to the nature of this 
film, rating it becomes very 
difficult. On one land the movie 
was incredibly stupid, and should 
appeal solely U) those who enjoy 
very bad jokes that make you 
My, 'Oooo, that hurt." 

But. on the other hand, the 
movie made me laugh at 
incredibly goofy lines like 
Nielsen saying. "By the way. I 
faked every otgasm!' 

The solution I came up with 
IS to give the movie two ratings, 
the first based on the overall 
stupidity of the film, and the 
second rating is because I think 
anybody who wants a light- 
hearted night out should we it 

Just let It be said that I 
winod about Ihe film .kind of 



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He can tell stones without 
words. Me can convey emotion', 
through the movements of his 
marumeiies. On tX'ccmbcr 2nd. 
David A. NyriKialt's [luppcfs 
"came to life" to entertain 
audiences at Harix-r College, 

SynHiak. ttii- (oiinder and 
Artistic Director iil National 
Mariimrltr Theatre, delighted 
aiidiciK-cs with two performances 
of The Toy Shop at lOim and 
13:M>pm assisted by pu)»pc.tccr 
Jon Hoiililer Syrotiak also 
performed one showing of his 
<.i>Ui performance The Little 
Concert al 7: ^Opni All three 
IKrtoimariccs were held in J- 
buildirig r..>om J 14,1. 

Before The Toy Shop 
began, Syrotiak informed hi> 
audience that parts of the show 
would bo similar to Chinese 
Theaue. 'The actors in Chinese 
Theatre, like Syrotiak. and 
Bouiilcr, wiar hlac-k gloves and a 
hood when they want lo 
d<.sapt<eai. 

Although Syrotiak and 
Boutilci wete stilf on stage, Ihe 
audiciKc coukln'l sec them during 
certain sequences, 

Syrotiak also asked the 
jinlii-tuc. composed mainly of 
yoiinn Hhiiol children, what theu 
inicrprciation of lariusy was. 
Sonic ol the chilJicti s responses 
were "fikc a pupps-t show" ' make 

hclicvc what you imagine" and 

'somcittint; that comes tu life". 

The Toy Shop. 
appropriately, is the story of a 
toy slHtji where the toys come lo 
life at the suoke of midnight 
The background music for the 
siofics arc selections by Ihcrt, 
Rossini and Shasiakovich, 

The two mam plots m The 
I Toy Shop arc the love triangle 
iK-twecn the toy soldier, the 
ballerina, and the mouse king. 



and a curious uiy clown's search 
through a Jack-in-thc-Boi to find 
oiK vkhai s inMiic 

One ol the sub-sii>rics was 
the tale of a motha duck and her 
three ducklings. During this story 
the children cared ab<»ui a little 
duckling and spoke about their 
ciHwerns, The children in the 
audience commented "no duckje. 
no" when one of the ducklings 
strolled in the opposite direction 
of the mother duck. Children also 
said, "duckic fall" every time the 
duckling ui|^ed over. 

By ihe end ol the tale llie 
duckling was on Ihe right track 
thanks to the help ol I lie mother 
duck. 

This story has a vafuabic 
moral. Love your childrt^n, and 
give special attention to the 
children that lag behind. Pick 
itiem up when they fall. 

Ihe second show. The 
Little ( nncerl, is a scries of 
short emotion filled vignettes, 
from the 105 minute show In 
Concert. It was geared to an 
adult audience. 

"Each vignette tells a 
complete story m three to twelve 
minutes," stated Syrotiak. 

One of the vignettes was 
about a boy dclcnnined ui Icam 
how to roller skate. The moral of 
she lalc is to be patient, follow 
your dreams and you can do any 
thing If you put your mind id it. 
Do you want to be a 
puppeteer' Syrotiak offers this 
advice, start as an avocation. 
Decide how you want the puppet 
to look and move, then bring the 
puppet 11.1 lile You cither have 
the talent oi you don i There are 
m.) guarantees m tins business." 

Syrouak offers. "Puppetry i> 
a synlbciis of the arts and the 
puppet iiscif, II is an Everyman 
with no limitations, . it is the 
crystalli/aiion of the imagination 
of the pufipctiu^." 



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Santa visits Harper 

Community spirit revives 

R* t)»iig(a« K»f 
Killlur-ln-Cliitf 

The HoliJay Rwepttom wd Tra: Trimmtng Panj orpni/i-i) Hv Mu-hji-1 Ncjman, 
CM-mlinaior of ilutlcnl jtuviucs. »nl Ac StiKfcni ('"Uihs am) Orn.n' -.,:. » • m* i!x- firsi 
commiinily cITori lo iclctiraic the tolub) scawm m o*cr five \,'.,ir-. ilk- cvcnl lixA 
[>bcc in ihc A HuiUing lounge nciir llw (trcpbcc and leiiluinl newly S2('N) in ccHikies 
and puntl! jucti free » llii! oimniumty, People liel(K;d dtTtwlc the "commuftity Wc" 
Willi ornamcnls ri-prcsfiKmg their Club, Opni/autin, oc Dcpartrm-ni fJeim Matim'bn 
played sej^mal nunii xm the purio. jitd the Cireptote, "til (or ihe lirsl time in years", 
liliial^ m Uic aimo;ftlietc. 

Ai atom 12:% p.m. Ptcsidnl TtHMipxin, cheered hy an aniious aulienct. hi the 
ctfhi fort, tahain In iion«lc«l hy Kniipper Nursery. Ncjm.an am! mcmher* of the 
planntnf conimiucc *cre imprcvKd wiih the mm out and plan lo uponjor ilw even! 
iicut year. The me will raiiain acai' the fire pl»-e uttiil ftvemlvr 1 s /Pk.*.., .ipp«,i,i by 
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HARBINGER 

Ancmion all jiaff mcmhcTi! 
The last, Slji,JT Meeting of ihc 
year is itxiay ai 4:10 in rhe 
Hjiftitnger OiTiti-, ('lease plan li> 
III lend, Pi'iK educes for next 
^i-m«sier *i,ll be diKussed 
,-vl,w. ihc, iliiff hotidav party. 
■HUNGER FF.ST KK" is <ID 
Friduy. tXTcmtet 16. it H ||,.iii. 
Sec ciihcr Trudy ot Mare tor 
mixe in,ri»nuil,nii. 



SWIM TEAM 

The \wimmin^: \eiison 

umtriKially he j.'. Ill »iih an 
e«,hihilim mce,| in Rwrklmd Uisl 
Saiitrday. Congraiuhtions to all 
who s»am, The olfitiiil xixm 
stam Willi a mcci on Saliirdii). 
JanuMy 7. at Dupage agamM 
DufMge and North Central. 
Tcnuilive Pracuc* Sthcdule (or 
Brenk: R • 10 ■.■■■. K V E R Y 
BAV! 



PHI nil- r\ KAPPA 

The Phi Phi Chapter's last 
general nweung ftir ihe semeswr 
will he on Ftitlay. Detemlx-t !6 
al noon in the calelcria, i-'l.iri u> 
eai lunch. I)r. Cleie Him.i" ^•'> 
also talk on "Ci 
ReMilulion." A sccrelats , 
ireasuier will he elected (or llie 
sprtni; scmcslcr. 



ROOSEVELT GIVES YOU A LOT OF CREDIT 

(AND CREDITS) FOR CONTINUING 

YOUR EDUCATION 



Wb understand that you've invested a lot of hard work m 
youf education So when you transfer lo Roosevelt we 

make every effort lo see that the transition is smooth (or 
continuing your Studies, 
We offer a wide variety of degree programs incfuding 

Hosprtality Management, Business Administration, Com- 
puter Soerce. Economics, Journalism, Music, Theatre 
and many others What s more, we hoast a top-notch 
faculty, small classes and admission counselors ready 
to asstst you m enfo'ling at Roosevelt 

Even if you re not quite ready lo Iransfer. we urge you 
to talk with one ol our counselors and tour <xie of our 
campuses. Planning earty insuiws a smooth transfer 



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Ottce ot PuWc Relations 
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Pteasa iend nrn htrthm tntfjrnwtion and 

sefieAHe of cImsoi ) am cofjudwnng 
traostemng to Hooanviilt 

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11) Susan Hfriit 
I pcomlnc f'.dll<ir 

This is the First scmcsHf Itial 
.1 riuh News column appeared in 
■■ 'i,«r, and it isasui'cess 
ihe .W Cluhs and 
wrg.irii.'.iiions on campus. 20 
u«d the Club News column at 
k,8!it once during the semester. 

Because ot the favoratile 
response, the Cluh News column 
will ho continued next wmesier. 
Anyone iniercsicd in having their 
cluh or orguni/alion informalHm 
appear in this column should 
nihmil the following information 



to Susan Berne, l,:pcoming 
Editor, in ihe Harbinger Office in 
A -367. 

Club Name 

Activily/1-uriction: 

Wljcit: 

Conlact: 

Comments: 

All submissions must he 
received no later than nnnn on 
Iht Friday precrdinK lli( 
pyblicalion dale. 



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Ptii Thela Kappa 
Science Ficlitm Club 
BASIC. 
College Republicans 
Political St^ience Club 
F«>d Service Club 
Rhythm and Moves 
Physics Club 
Young Corp. Achievers 
Biolagy Cluh 



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Newman Assucialion 
Ski Ctub 

Student Amha.s.saidcic]( 
ItetlR- 

Geology Club 
Harbinger 
Iniemational Cluh 
Psychology Cluh 
Speah Club 
Student Senate 




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tSOO E (Solt Rd. 

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MOOaS NEEDED 
Models ndeded (or fashion 
8.h.ows and print work 
ISO- 100. hfly. We 
counsel beginners. State 
licensed latent agency 
Spencer Studios. Open noon 
to 5p.m., closed Sunday 
»1 5 -455. ••5595. 

PART TIME 

$8.90 an hour. National 

Cham has O'penmgs in ail 

ate^as attliated with 
miai'lietiftu. mgnt.. jrainees, 
service and order wo.rk. NO 
EXP. NEC. Can work .nto 
toll' lime. Call 882- 
601:3 

SECURrTYtSUARO' 
Openings with SPECIAL 
OPERATIONS ASSOCIATES. 
Starting pay S5 and up. AK 
weekend hrs. available 
Contact Jell or Jerry ® 
581 8t8t. In Melrose 
Park. 



hiotiday si!.aso>'i 

Temporafy 

,312-70i6-9676., 

.. .odtteld 'Rd. Siilfp 

oil. Scnauflibuig.. 

lifAtWORY 
PART- TIME 

■R.G.S Invtntofy 
Specialists. Great fot 
students, .30- 5- hrs. pet' 
monih. early am/pra and 
*knds. available., 
Transportation and phone 
reqd. S5.2S an hour, call 
Jim M-F © 351-8780. 
E.i'0 E mploy mieni 

P T help wanted. l0'-.20 
tifs. per week at retail 
clothing store called 
Shapes. Foi River Plaia., 
Airport Rd.. Elgin Call 
697-5666. ask for Candy 
Of Amy 

GENERAL OFFCEPT 
Help needed, flexible hours, 
Ideal lor student. Must be 
willing to work 20-25 
hrs. per week Open from 
6;..30.a.m.'9:.00p.m. M'Sat. 
Send resume to. tST AYD 
2424 Panam Blvd. Elk 
Grove, II 60007, 



HELP 



GENERAL WAREHOUSE 
& PRODUCTION 

Full time-pari time. 
lleiible hrs . competitive 
pay No enp. necessary 
Appl^ in person, 2694 

American Lane. Elk Grove 
Call louie at 860-9111. 

ENTREPRENEUR 
Be your own boss. Set your 
own hours Make lots ot 
money. Call Jon @ 438- 
5538 alter S:30p.m. 

SALES TRAINEE 

FT $1250, /month base 

plus PT $625. No 

experience nee. Co. 
training. Car nee. Rapid 

advancement, benetils. paid 
tfips avail. It qual. 966- 
2323 

"■ '■•"-- --ELP 

■%. assistant 
'Of Park District 

p-Qoi. i....;:!'n.pett'.'. ■ ■' - - 

ffliust be ctr- 

.1,94 -284 8 a* lo' M...HJ' 

t,T!....J:Q, 

:iTim«nt |ob*- yout 

-:,.r.,=i $11, 84 0-69... 4 85, 
(:;.all (6021- 638 -SiSS 
eit. J77Si. 

illlli i li ll p i WW IIiillll l ii ll 

SALES 

$2K.'mo. P/T. «Wmo- 
F,'T, Oor product and your 
ettoft » success. Call 490- 
9575 NOW, Ask tor Sieve, 
between 9a..m -9d m 

TELEMARKETING 

No sellinjj Involved. PT, Set 

appts 20hrs per 

wk.S4.50.'hr plus. 966 

2323 

GOVERNMENT JOBS 
$16,040-$59.230/yr. 
Now Hiring. Call (1)805- 
687 6000 E«t R 1053 
for current federal list. 

HELP WANTED 
December and January. 
General office. Full-time 
and Part time positions 
available. CaN Ms. Thomas 
# 398-3655. 



GOVERNMENT JOBS 

$16,040-$59,230/yr. 
Now Hiring. Call 1-805- 
687-6000 Ext. R 1053 
tor current Federal list. 






PROF. ACADEMIC TYPIST 
Thesis, Resume 

Development, reports, etc. 
Hourly rate includes 
spelling accuracy, 
punctuation and editing it 
requested N.W. area ptak- 
up / delivery available. 
contact Donna for appt. 
438-4971. 



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:LEGAL SERVICE. 
FREE CONSULTATION 
tor all your legal needs: 
Includes DUI. personal 
injury. divorce, real 
estate Phone 517 2600. 
Eves, and weekend appts 
available. Law Offices o( 
Becker & Becker. 600 N. 
Meacham, 3rd. floor, 
Schaumburg. II 60195 

SANTA CLAUS IS 
COMING TO TOWN 

Will he be caughi in your 
house ? Have Sania at your 
party, family gathering or 
catch him in the act 
Christmas morning Call 
Santa Works @ 364 6175. 



CHILD CARE 

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AL-ANON 

yeeliri'T :•.■■': h,. I'u i,-l .-:.ri 

.ca.ra,pb:: 

SUfting . .■■ .-. 

more into, abo-ut this 

support group, contact 

Health Services at ext, 

2626. 

TYPING SERVICE. 
Typing done out of my 
home Fast, accurate 
typing Term papers. 
reports, etc. Pick up and 
delivery available Call 
LaVonne @ 860-0241 or 
leave a message 

DO VOU HAVE AN 
INCOMPLETE ? 

Need a paper typed tasi ' 
24- HR lurn around. Low 
rates Words R Us, 330 

OBOO 

baby-sitter needed 
In my Barrington home P'T 
lor my two and four year- 
olds. Mostly some weekday 
eves and wknd lime, Musi 
have own car, call 304- 
0077 



fOfi -^ALE 



87 Marshall Slant 
cabinet 

300 watts $4.00. Brand- 
new R.ockm.an Distortion 
onil, rack mount $100. 
Cali 888'0093. 

GOVERNMENT SEIZED 

trom $100. Fords. 

..:i:.;!S. Corvettes. 

Ciievys. Surplus- Buyers 

Guide. (1) 805-687- 

6000 Ext. S-1053. 

ATTENTION 
GOVERNMENT HOMES 

From $1. (U- repair) 
Delinquent tax property. 
Repossessions, Call 602- 
838-8885 ext, H7758. 

ATTENTION 

GOVERNMENT SEIZED 

VEHICLES 

From $100. Fords, 
Mercedes, Corvettes. 
Chevys, Surplus Buyers 
Guide, 1 602 838-8885 
ext A7758. 

GOVERNMENT HOMES 

from $1. (U repair). 
Delinquent tax property. 
Repossessions. Call (1) 
805-687 6000 Ext. GF- 
1053 for current repo. 
list- 





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19S9 NUDE COEO 
CALENDAR 

Fealurinfl color photos ot 
Illinois COLLEGE WOMEN. 
Mail $9 95 10 COED 
CALENDAR. P O. BOK 434H. 
DeKaib. II. 60115. 1990 
MODELS WANTED, EARN 
$300 

SKI EQUIPMENT 

Pre 850 (180) w'Solomon 
737 bindings/bag, Poles. 
ski apparel. 397-2670. 



IM. NEWS. 

You've come a teng mvt 

baby. Goodpb. 

Love. Mom 

______ 

We are a happily married 
couple looking for an iflfani 
to adopt We can provide a 
loving home dlied wlih all 

the warmih. security and 
happiness you could want 
tof your child. We will pay 
an med, and legal exps. cati 
for into. ® 798-2151. 

Pat R. 

I |usi JlevK in and boy are 

my arms t«fed! How's 
■'tiucky' 

Erlel>, 

You are swimmmQ great- 
liesp up 9w good work* 

Your Big Sis 

Mom, 

Have wt had tun or what? 
One more committee and 
w«1l burst!! We thtee can 
Binger out over break 
pick a day. 
S&M A 375 

Roby, 

ll's been F'ino fun working 
with ya; Im gonna F'mg 
miss ya next semester! 
Keep in touch. 

SB 

T»rry, 

Keep smiling! The semester 
•■! almost over. See ya next 
'^ar 
Relieved 

H»y B*bm, 

This is it for the semeslerl 

Let's do lunch. Have a nice 

break. 

Your Office Male 

Wh»r» where the hell is 
Bill ? May be that he went 
10 get some gnarly 
ihrastitxwts. 

Qnarf? 



MJ-» MW CiMMM 

Ifs been a blasi! Here's to 
Mary Jo & the class of a 
lifellmei Let's party next 

WedmsiJayt 

Moity 



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COI«0 TO SHARE 
Clean non smoking 
organized female lo share 
2 bedroom. 2 bath condo 
w/same. All privileges 
included, some light 
housework and occasional 
errands. $300 'mo. Call 
Clar Grossman @ 459 
0844 

SEX 

Prudent men wiih proven 

tactics practice sex with 

prophylactics 

Gkjves "R" Us 
__ - 

Your wil gets me every 
time. Your ctock will be on 
my calendar' Deaf How 
bout a 20 pager? 

Love. Mom 

MONA USA. 

It's been a slice ot heaven 
wilh you around home. 

Love. Mom 

PVN 

& best wishes on 
.'w (Ob. Visit soon 



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JOHNNY -OH, 

Gfad you cam* IB ^pm 
Senses 

Love. Mi)m 

IM4RC, 

Alex Keaton eat your heart 

out! 

Love.Mom 

P.S. Let's go 20! 

DOUG. 

Whine for me one nor* 
time. 

Love. Mom 



sue. 

You're 
whaf 



just too great, or 

Love, Mom 



INSBPERABLE PAIR. 

Like Mickey & Mmnle. 
Jack& Jill. Romeo i 
Juliet, yel separate and 
conlidenital. Lucy theater 
to have such a dynamic duo 
Love, Mom 

SCOTT, 

Merry X Mas (our second 
one) Wow! This year I 
almost know your 
relatives' names. 

I love you; Tari 

USP SPEECHERS. 

Have a terrific Christmast 
See ya at COD (or over 
break for you RT'ers) 

Love, Scott&Tari 

lns»parabl» Pair 

Like Mickey & Minnie. 
Jack S, Jill. Romeo a 
Juliet, yel separate and 
confident. Lucky theatre to 
have such a dynamic duo. 

Love Mom 



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Eaib jfar llirprr slri%r* In rtrmh ils |Oill, 
FicHlrnif in KdiK-ation. I nferlunali;!). *n in*.tiluli»n 
Ihis bru* »l»»j» ha* nwiin fur imprinfmrBi. This i«. 
Ih( Harftiiiifcf ilaff's »isK li*l fur llarpfr (iillege: 
I ihc li<il was rairli rrdundanl. n I rut iiraicbl lo day 
nunibrr 11.1 

Oi» Ihe Iweinii ilaj of Chrislnias iiiir Board nf 
TrnitiFf* will gitc lu u!i--T«cl«t butidrtd pencil 
^hiirprner't (V.P. Vrm Mankr |a»« m an earl* preMBII, 

l-tvitn groups of trees Ui break wind Uold wind, not 
VI arm I, 

ten ntiltion ilars no gaie upon wilh ■ new 
Obiertalur;), 

Nine thousand biMika fur ■■ tnlartcil library (see I be 
ririt day nf Chrislmasl. 

liuhl hundred new pieces of furnilure (if thi; 
■'ri'Milrni can do il. so can wel. 



Seven less dajs of school (finals week). 

I'aunr ttnti lake a hrealh 

M% new art pieces Isomelhinc from Ihe rcilism 
calcKori I, 

and I-1VI-: (minimum) buildings remodeled for 
handicapped access. 

Four clean stairwells (remove Ihe lobacro sUins 
from the walls in F building stairwells). 

Three thousand student parking places (closer to Ihe 
buildings), 

Two electron microscopes (if we can afford an 
Obfersalory, why not? I, 

and One IJtieral Arts iluilding. 

Douglas Kay 
F'ditor -in -Chief 



ATTENTION 

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The Harbinger 
needs you as an 
Assistant Photo 
Editor, You must 
own a 35mm camera 
and flasK and have 
experience in film 
and print developing. 

The dedicated 
person will start 
after winter break, 
and will be trained 
to replace the Photo 
Editor for the fall 
"89 semester 

The responsibili- 
ties of the assistant 
include taking pho- 
tos on a weekly 
basis and assigning 
photos to staff 
photographers. 

The job will 
require 10-15 hours 
per week Most of 
the work is done 
Tuesday nights 
during paper lay-out 

As Photo Editor. 
you wtti be eligible 
(or 1/2 tuition 
rebate at the end of 
each semester. 

Meet new people. 
have fun, and see 
your nam,e m the 
paper every week. 
Also, this position 
provides excellent 
experience for your 
resume 

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Season 

Overview 



1U Ssndy Nalvatore 
Suff Writer 

Tht Hiirpt-r Ha wit* 
hxHholl icam fdiiiticil an 
niit'sljm.t.fi.' i=M«>n with 11 »*-2 

.>king il tai:k to 

•14 Ut»»I in Idvtj 
goal llus ycai was 
ike It tat lo km.! 
■shmaii dcfctiMv. 
iirn-nijii Kill H;iII 

Thai mul *3\ ^cnmnly 
qil«t;U0ik-cl wtu-n Cirmtl R.,niKts 
defeated Harper 2(1-17 ma 
very ctmc ptmc. "Wc rciilly 
should have beat ihem, " 
commcmcd sophomore 
defensive back Tom Thrawl. 
11. waiju«, like evcrj'lwity son 
of Iftought we hjd i( tn the 
iMg. They were a gotMl Uan 
mid tlicy cmtc hack ami 'heat 
•s." Grand Rapid"!! ncoring 
»as tlic result of Harper"* 
turaovcB aiMl tat pmt*.. 

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'The long trip to Oleshy, 
Itlinoii lo take on the lltinou 

Valley Apactes was wordi die 
trip. The Hawks rmpraved 
their winning ways by 

ttefeatmii the .Apat-hes 28-19. 
Hai|ief s mam man James 
Ha>wi,Hul led the team's 

eoniekiik in llw ,sa-o»l tolf by 
scorinjt lhrt;e U>ut:htkiwns 

Harper followed lh.it win 
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'Tirani VInae'r 

I rcmemher w.:iking up to 

.t.'i'hnnv B <;.i'iin!!. "(.otxl 'M'twn 

il'* gom(5 (11 K' 

"id break mt; h.'t 

.\u}.:Li'"i: '^ '. k, M'l If* 111 '*i.i'» 

ei'«,il. 

'Stjy vool! Tiul will he 
impossible with the dreaded 
doubles starling today!" Mosi 
pctjp'le aren't aware that fanhall 
praelMX Ix'gms a week hefure the 
semester surss fYjeiKe is li'ir 
three hO'Urs. Iwitc a sUy, si» >Uy,s 
pm week. Thus, is the tttrn. 
dnnkildtiuMat. 

'Tlii* yem W'Bs even worse 
IXKM'se of th< hett. The U 
ifc:|ree mornings were loteraWe 
•*eH' compared widi HIS depee 
•flcrncHins Wiih ilie help of 
GetTgc Cwtk anil: iMC' miwn. ittc 
usiuii tur'. ised. 



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they were in first place by 

coming away with a 29 -0 

whipping of Auguslana. 

The Hawk* oiiilasiesi ilie 
Tnttm Tiojaiis l"^-?'* 'Ihe 
game went lo a Ihifd overtime 
and finally ended when Sieve 
fur/ynski iii!.".' ■■:■ ■ ' '"' -■ •• 
4'iian,er"hai'k ! ■ 

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a much-awaited rematch 
between Harper and College of 
DiiPage. The game would 
.leenle ihe Regional 

i hanipums. l:vcn thouj;h 
H.iifk-r snifesl lis leuest ixnnts 

i>t Ihe si;a'-,i,>n. Ihr e.UTic ended 
in di'a'm.ii, " .' . il'ie 

ihird OS' 'I't'r 

u> inning I . '■ 

ti W'Ss ,i:">n 10 the Cola 
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Ellsworth's second in a row 
over Harper in the annual 

howl Ihe mam factor ot the 
game wa* Harper's inability lo 
eer p.isi ihe Panihcr itelen.se to 
' !' nsiv.'ls. ss'c had a 
'".■ '. lunmcnled 
U'--t.,-'i . '' Miller. 

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.. n,iij,gh 
, '■, losi 10 

'"iiiiiil R..;;"iiJs- I his early loss 
creaied doubts .amonii Ihe fan*. 
Comments ;, " ' ' "sVi'Il. it 
li,H.iks .IS II ' h.isc a 

season lilsc ...i. ji.ii ' And, 
Maybe iheii luck ran oul," 

From Joliet on, ihe Road 
Warrion (a ntcfcna.nK given lo 
the Hawks because of Uk-it heavy 
road schedule) had no {woli'lciii. 
winning. 

Not did the Hawks run out cil 
I lick. Their laJewl eanicd a se«:oniJ 
ttndef'eated year in conference 
play. 

Then, sisiy niCrv<,ms players 
headed to the R.C. Cola Bowl m 
lowia Vk\ Miivised the dreaded 
il.ii.; :, liiise gamev. 

iiijuji. II Ci,:>at,'h Hiasik. 

Tension tilletl the au as ihe 
Koad WarT'inr* im* ih,- linivei- 
Sll) ol l<'i'>>,. ■ ' ■ ' '■:•,. 
de serves! u ■ 
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At *tiii niiflil neMtt, this i* Ihr lii<<l tstiir «r iliir 
tlaritinefr for tliM itinwter. Below, jou will find a 
Mhfdul* thai inclitde* nil i>( Harprr\ >ip»rlin|t ttviitii 
IhriiuKhoul Hie wmwler brruli. 1 rspr>i.illv puinl tiul 
llial Ikt Harper Mretllinit tt-itm H.i\ ihtir onlt bitmr 
)n%iir tm Salur&jty. Jan. 14. at '< iiin. and the HarptT 
>wiin team lia<t Ihrir unit liiinie merl <in fridai, Inn. 
II. al I pm. 1li*> Harper men and minirii batkeltiiill 
Uiim\ aKu Kate Mime homit faiiiet mrr the break. 

If tiiu're loiiiiinic for tiiniflhing to d» with tour 
«pare time oter iKt lireali. cliei'k iitit the t'iiltet>iale 
action iit Harper tp<irl<i. All eienli lake plaer in M 
lliiildinic. 

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Elgin 63 Harper ?! 

(■Imhurst 67 Harper M 

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Highland7l Harper 66 

Harper 72 E\pn 57 

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Truffiaii 31 llurpcr. ; . .. - '• pm 

IbriHtr at Blatitowk bet TounaiMiiiti 

IViduy *ii>id' Siimriiii* ;' ■ ■ ' 5 pm, 7pm 

Harper at Wnghi: ; -.. — .■..■., 70. ^pm 

Ibrper al Htfhtontl. fhttrviat. l>r, 29. .' [im 

Hjrper al lltmim Valley, tmida/f.imt. i.Spm 

Jiiiicl .:U Harper: '■ . . ■' pm 



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IM'»(!v M Harper; 



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Lady Hawks Facing Problems 



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f 


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In Ihc wtond half. "Thfy shut 
us Jimn in ihc firsl fialf. Amy 


V :'ji hiirtiin 




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through oil lI'K* lusiiic 


In ihi- lm\ 


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Tc*hrH'r ■i.ml aflcr the game 

V. : ,,; i ;., J sod hi in 
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a:» many a 


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kifrfi J'T. •.!) Ktni NtKiiuin. antt 

ll v.as il 

'.irimg lo 

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whiih Will fiat her out 


jm,t an t'tploMvr olTcnse led 


inddiniicly 


ihe way Amv Ko/iol scored 


Ar ■ ■ ' ''."m has 


20 oC her faoic-high 16 points 


bfeii injij: './'shman 


m the wcoiwl half, Slw al«i 


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oml hall tn the lliL:lil,in,j 


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kiuil," Ti:».hii«.'r said. 

Tuesday nichl, the 
lady Hawks could nut get tlicir 
iki ■|^"■' IVAfilo ?' (Kiinls 

In ■.■n.:..;iuu-.md .":n 

(>l>! A!I1_V Ko/.uil. 

vMiiing Oakton led most of the 

way. 'The 'Lady Hawks missed 
a kit of shots and didn't take 
idvantagf of mhiic good 
situations. 

f-or I hi; Lady Ha*k v 
schedule over the Chrisinus 
vjtdtion. -rfc ihe Sifccdule on 
ihe left. 



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:.>nday to I'n laci, 

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I'. Hill I'rohM 
comi' ■'■. ill III'. I Mm -: 

(n"iliirm;intc 
*ell in 'ipiift* f'li 
• net Ijic nil I' 

In ll. 
'.Saluiilay Alli-rii.»m Uie It.ink'. 
pLiyed *ell in ihe I'ifM half. Led 
'•' ■■!''■ ! perlormaneei hy 
I ew Ihurmimd, 
l'l,Mii !■. mil.ilc, 
Jet.H 
'f ra'i 1 ■ ■ 
do*n t)y lt;ui at 2^■Z^ .tl Hie li.iit 

The .S['i:ii'|jns then tiHit mcf 
K.K'h Rog.,ila, Adrian ihigan, and 
'Ttm N'liKii.' led an Elgin Mirge 
that ItHik a (:i.ix,Hn! lead with iO 
mmulC's lelt to 14 wiih eight 
nvinuK* kli to j-im <'-■■ ■■ '■■>■"■ 



t^js ^.'imuii,; m ironi tne * ■ .m., r 
atkl the Htitejavt' Dave Vai.' .^.s 
fouled by .loc f'assi as In: lame 
dim II with tht; rehouiwl; making 



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and -one to 

imhurst. 
ii>r the 

.iilv i l.t>r. i'ciry with ?*! 

'■■ tthiuriiK and ^ avMMs 

Ji-ie I'jsM *ith '(I |:M»ints, atut tS 

telioiinjs. tym(! his career high. 

Simpson with V 

; .-undsand lOasusts, 

■;,i.iIa will be in aetii'jn 

.'. I'vening al 7 p.m. as 

.1 ■ ruiiun. They'll also 

■ ''.ha a week ironi 

s 'uton. Tliey'll need to 

win IhjUi these games lo get 

some momrniuni for the 

I ■ ' :. o|H'ner .11 

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Wrestling 
presses on 

Its rtill Strrif 
Staff Writer 

I he wrestling 

tournament's only highlight 

Has Ray Vdlan's 1 1 second pm 

on his opponent from 

Oshlosh. In the Wisconsin 

Inviie. the Hawk wrestler's 

»in,'. cijuallfd Ihc lossc.i, and 

ti.i 111;..- pliced. Coach L»>vctoce 

need lo get exposed 

, li level, iniense 

viii;.:liiig. -Some of our guys 

need to i;el harder n.i-,,,| jnj 

■ '\ • need more 



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WHiMi KsiWf Harper Collett 

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JtMiarjr 19, l«S9 

VOL. 13 Ma 14 



Enrollment on the Rise 



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J.iimi«ify 17 u>(.,iii.;i! ' < 
llistspring'i «mc>!o - 

Figure* iiKi) I.)!.,!* .. -,,! 
piafcrit iiK-rca« in itic niiiiite of 
credil hoii« stuJcniv mc rm* 
taking aver the -■ 

'"Tha ku'W.;. ■ • • . 

liK|;cf' {hm laiit 't.pfing but wc <.dH 
iKM, wal our fuui figures uiiiil 
late regisintiun and continuinj; 
fducatum rcgistiatjon ends," siiid 
'>.::in of Admissiinis .irut 




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..1 shi'ir cnrollmcril ii( 

irKomun: In-'ihman."" ailikul 

-. Cnliri 

I' imvi M ly 111 I i lni<M\ - [n order for f«ir-y«ir umvcr.. 

("hiimf':iii:n Nortlifrn, ll!i[i.>iv miic^ io compcn«!e for this loss, 

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College News Update 

The Observatory: 

T!m; Student Senate prntponed to Peb. 7S, its decision on 

innting ■ SS.Mk) cIms gift in aid in TmaKing the college 
Hbtmvmaty. The StiideM Senate will desi£nate another nifl if 
■fcmnatioii on die ftniil coft is not rtccivcd froni Patti Sipiera. 
etacir or die. iK'nieti, and an airhiMct. Last i«<>r's senate afiproved 
iOMtniCMin of iht; (iic/pbce m Buddmij; A lounge as itie altemaie 
|Bl. Tllc rcdCBjm-J firqiliite »v«y he less cmicnsivc io.opcriiw; and 
could be lit mme ftequcmly. 



Harper's VP Heads State (iroup: 

The V'ice .ftmident of A...li:!.iiii.n«jiLvc Si-rvko ji M;irpcr. V'crn 
Mankc lias Itecti elected chairman of ihc ICCCTO. itw lllinoi". 
fmmnuniiy Colteiw ("hiff l-'inancu! Offitefs. 

The iCfcrn i,Kin-\ im liK fianncinf of cotinnnHity colleges 
ihrixiglioui Illinoiv fiipirs for thii year are piiichaitiag. working 
cish ftirKb, Mid' ti|<a-ial fevies. 



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grades get you 
down. Visit the 
Tutoring center 
Page 3 



Harper Trivia 
Everything you 
wanted to know 

(and some you 

didn 1 1 about 

Harper College 

Page 5 



Hooray for 

Hollywood 

Entertainment just 

keeps on coming 8 

movies reviewed 

Page 7 



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Men and Women's 
basketball season 
update and Sports 

Schedule 

Page 1 2 



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Who! ARE You Waiting lor?? 

Columbia College Chicago Is Right Here - Right Now! 

M VM'vt Imh TMnking AiMut A Ckm, A 0«grM, Or A New Majpr, ConsMer Tlie Columbia Advantage: 



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Features 

Tutoring equals success 



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.iSfc'crncnlv <n ,m a ItHlf 
u-mti'WLfnk-ni, itic suiff of ihc 
iiimnin; i/ink-r c letf lu help 

support vivKC Wc provide 
ttiliiring )i>r ;,mv ciim-ntK' cwolM 
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$Z000 BONUS PUIS 
RART-TIME INCOME. 

t>ialif> (o Bam in one of »«»! .lelettcd skilk iit a 
neaitiv Armv Rcserwe unit, md wm aki qualify Jiir a |2,aX) 
mlisimefw hwiiis 

la adttihon to tftc kmuii, ytm will ram avn $W per 
iwekmd tt> start, to tram cjnr vw«k-nd a tnonth (umiUv 
vmi 8-h«iur dayjj. IWinK the vtw, wm will attend wo 
week's aratual traininfj at hill Antitv piy 

I( W>ufe a snidrnt on a itsrmtal bu4'«. K*h ttie 
Kmus iinil th«' [niri-nittc innjiwr ctmU nallv Fwlp 1,> tuxl 
iMit what skill training it mqiibye in the Amiv Rt-scrve ncsif 
Vt Kl, call: 



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$hl7H5 Total 

Per person / Dbf Occ 

March ISfh 2Sfb 

8 bAys m NSGdlL JAMAICA 
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Versaities v "— ■-• ?, Su.ie ?00 A.^4 

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COMPANY CAR! 

PAID VACATIONS! 

All these can be yours after you graduate! 
IN THE MEANTIME, 

Come to A-367 and work (or the HARBINGER. 

• SMAflPEN YOUR WRITING SKILLS 
• ENJOY THE CAMARADERIE 
• FRIENDL Y BANTER 
• and OVERALL FUN 
f*hon« 246t> or 24«1, or Juit stop in! 

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Hf>rp?r T rivi}rF%ervfh.»g y ».. 

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...^.'"v\ r.:7Li' LTr". '"^"'■*' '"■'""^'" "- 
ur..r;-..::;. ?;-x •;?.; t.' ^ ■•'£' 

hour* art charged tT W n .-,.1. -„ ^^ '* """' 

W»<t*» »«« at Hurprr; 

* Who i« llar|Mtr*» Prniitciit-* 

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Khi.t«r, a writer V- .,•'""'' "* " '"cl*", i 
Harper ,s be., kn.mn L h! r ... ' ,'"'^»«'»- «««•. »'. 

C"»J,er:rj'.rrr::;er """-«'-«'• '*' '-^ Harper 

(hair. '^" *"""•• *■» •"«'««l « lUe ne« 

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f-r Ih, fir*. ,i™, J r* pt?!.< "" **"""• "* "»«" 

•1 * '* ""■ ""rhifirer pari .if ih. ■ 
I'epjrimeni :• *^ '" '"• ■''•ornali^ni 

iN". IVrhapt Ihniui-h niulyul «■■».■.• a.. •. ■ 

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» Vm tall Ml. "m' "' '"*'"•" »:■»""**•">■ 

Once !« „ "^l."" *» ^^ ""'"^ 

«.,!.. ""*• •earn. mi. The rrainnt are ..... 
perhapa a bit rtmftnin, hut .„ .t" f*. '""•' ""«• 
WMCM itaBaiemei.t a,J .i!l f* '** "P*"'""* of the 

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"WWy l.ll>»ral Aru cli.*<e. ?, « . *""*' ""I"-''.*.!!!*. 

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dnrrmme tht n.ed for .1„Z! I ! '■'"■Pm* a„d i., 

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6-TALK RADIO 
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SCOUNDRALS 
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talc, Murray did come tlituygh 
in his linprov pcp-lalk ai ih.:' fnd 
;ind 1 U-ll the theatre psj thed, hut 
ihe firM hall was iti.hi- laine than 
itiij new Viic FVesidcrii 

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BURNING MACHINE. 

12 Month Student Special-$159 

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• Full .Machine Circuits of 
Naiiiiliis & Eagle Cybex 

• Free Weighb 

• Computerized Exercise Bikes 

• Carditnascular lAaluatiotis 

•Aerobic, Low Impacl, and 
Fxercise (lasses 

•V^utcr-Kobic Classes 

• .Vutriiioiial and IVrsoiiali/ed 
Workout Programs 

• Tennis Couns 
•Swimming 

• Tanning Reds 

• \i) i;o.sl .\urser\ Sei\ice 

• Filiiess .Vssfssnieni '\v>\ 
Adniinislered By Exercise 
Physiologist 



HURRY! OFFER 
ENDS SOON! 



I Woodfk'Id Lake 

OfFici' Campus 

KMM) E. V[(,()dfield Rd. 

SchaumburgJL 60173 

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Sluaent personals up 
to 5 lines are FREE. 
Student non- 

commercial classifieds 
are $1. up to 4 lines 
of print. Commercial 
classifieds are $4.50 
tor 4 lines of print, 
»ach additional line rs 
$.53^ 

DEADLINE FOR PERS- 
ONALS AND CLASS- 
IFIEDS IS 12 NOON. 
FRIDAY. 



HELP 
UJRNTED 



TRAVEL COORDINATORS 
NEEDED 

Paid on commission basis. 
or gel tree trip benefiis. 
Contact Owe© 543'5910,. 



CHILD CARE 

Loving ctiitd care pfoviders 
needed lo live m with 
NapervUle. Illinois area 
families Exc. salary. 
benefits, travel 

CALlCOUiCT 

NAPERViaE NANNIES. INC, 

3 t 2^ 357 ■ 0^808 



MODELS NEEDED 

For fashion shows and print 
work. $50-100- ttfly. We 
counsel beginners Siaie 
licensed taleni agency., 
Spencer Studios, open liii 
5p.m. closed Sundays. 



PART-TIME JOBS 
S8.90 

an hour, Nalional ctiain tias 
openings in all areas 
affiliated with markeimg. 
management trainofjs. 
service and order work No 
exp. nee. Can work into 
full-lime. Call 8826013. 



QOVERNMENT JOBS 

$t6.040-$59,230'yr 
Now Miring, Call (1) 805- 
687-6000 EMt. R-1053 
(or current federal list. 

GENERAL WAREHOUSE 
& PRODUCTION 

FufI time pan-time. 

flexible hours; compelilive 
pay. No experience 
necessary. Apply in person 
2694 American Lane, Elk 
Grove. Call Louie ® 860- 
91 tt. 

TELLEMARKETING 

20 hours per week Houfiy 

wage ♦ bonus, t",',-. f 'vi, 

Bone Comedy '•■' 
AlgonO"''"' f''-' 
303 '■ 



HELP 

lilRNTED SERUICES FOR SRLE FOR SRLE 



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AUfliSKANOW •' • 
Logging, cor, ■ng, 

nurses. teactit'fS, etc. 
EKCei'''>nl p.iy Pijr further 
intf" "-6- 

74e 

HIRING 

Government |obs-yc 
area $17.840-«'-*;i ,t 
Call 602 -838 -88 (' 
07758 



APPOINT 
For local 
No sell!- 
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per w+. 
Sue, 



B,UnGERKING' 
Help wanted. F,.. 
Part-time, Call 253- 
?580. ask tor Bob. 1540 

Highway, Palatine. 

iro,m race track) 



BABY-StriER 

Needed in my Barnna*"'" 

liome. Part t ■- 

and 4 year 

At-eKday eves , ..,1:1 J ,-.,,., ,- 

wknds Must have own ,[,,„;■' 

(:,,iii 104-00:; 

CtEFIlCAL AS:? ' 
-Join ;'■■,-:? slatt „.■:' ,., 
, factlity. I,:,- 
■1 Heights .-. 
a vt;i5,i,j!i!e individual »,;;; 
geneMl ottiCt> skills a'ul 
typing speed ot 40 w,p.m 
fklusi be available Mon 
9a.m.-4p,nn. 31^:1 
Ihurs. fri. 12 ,■• 
4:30p.m, For more 
inlormalioo call Ihe Daily 
Herald @ 870-3722, 



HARBINGER 
OFFICE 

397-3000 
X-2460 



LEGAL SERVICES 
FREE CONSULTATION 

tor all youf legal needs 
includes, QUI. personal 
n|ury, divorce. real 
estate Phone 517'2600, 
Eves, and weekend appis, 
available Law Offices of 
Becker & Becker. 600 N 
fwleacham Hd 3rd floor, 
Schaumburg. 

TAXES 

The' 



GOVERNMENT HOMES 

From $1, (U repair). Tax 
delirtqueni properly. 
Re'possessions, Call SOS- 
SB?. 6000 Ext, GH-t053 
for current repo list 

GOVERNMENT SEIZED 

Vehicles from $i00. Fords. 
Mercedes. Corvettes. 
Chevys, Surplus, Buyers 
guide (1) 805-687-6000 
E«l, S.1053, 



1989 NUDE 
CALENDAR 



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ALANON 

Meeltngs will be held on 
campus on Tuesdays, For 
more information about 
this support group, contac 

Health Services al e«; 
2626, 



1985 CHf Vf T 



FOR SALE 

Can you buy Jeeps. Cars, 
4X4's seized in drug raids 
for under $100.? Call for 
facts today. 602-837- 
3401 EXT. 426. 

BUSINESS FOR SALE 
Established custom dress- 
making & alteration 
business for sale in Lake 
Zurich. 540-5550. Ask 
for Mary, Details by appt. 
only 



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Sviiiih H,,|land u> fa..- ihe 

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Amy Ki).-!!)! am) Pascalc 
<>'l"Mm;>'hin:. had ihc hoi hands a.s 
<»'l,.Xmi.(;lnn;. had 13 and KiMiol 
fi'!t"wt-d uaih :^ against Rock 
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l..'!i.>w..d hv 
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Harpct^ Oin: of llWK ■idttitmms « 
a stries ol pwls n«t •" ^"''^ 
maiiwl " HaniJiiai|)j)C«l Uk ("I'll'" 

Belief fciwwit as V 
AistjM ftjtirs. ittese putts .i>" 
.!OWti»| numte i)I ttimiltttiHn:.! 
■iKlenis « H«ili«' Cii'T'""'''' 
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I thanks to LACt Ifarnrng Compile Commenl* and 
5 •.■■::,sisian«C." ■ '*«*»»» L'** 

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Intense: No. not 

O'Henry, The 
dramatic movif 
Talk Radio s 

reviewed. 

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The Harbinger's 
IS Coming: Valentines' Issue is 
' ^"" coming up. Feb 2, 

If you haven't sent 
your special friend 
or Inends a Valen- 
tine flit out the 
form on Page 6. 



I'icJdoqs 
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1 cock (0 ache- 

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Features 



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Chair lifts disabled students 



B; l>jive RrbHMii' 
SlafT Writer 

Gooil nc"*A Ciir Harprr 
iwinimcH, Th*- *». imming pml 
taijttH (>;■■■ , i.tvhairlili 

with a bi -!Mmlin.,-il 

imiilcl. TTit ihaifiin »'ilt nuic ii 
etsiei for a .jH-rstm *iih a 
tanlai) iir |>(ty«cal trijurv to get 
ma and out of ihr p<i' >i 

AccorJing to fVmy Ryitwr. 
one of ihc siaft mcmlHits 
responsibk- dw ihc piirchusc of 
Ihe M'W chairtift. "The nev, i,hau 
•urkstilf *alef |iri-.siirr jmnulal 
bv ihc fhwi. wtmli » more 



■!.in ilx- oltl 1 1 

imly linw il,, . 

will noi he sex ijjt (or um;. is 
when Harper hosi^ iirca 'ivurii 
IIKX'b "■ 

HariTfrH pirm! , ,i,, n i,i .ill 

tor recrtaiional use Miinaa) 
ihrougti TliurinJay from 1 ;■(» piii 
10 l:(M) pm. Tuesday and 
Thunday evening'* from fi:in> pm 
10 7:0«) pm, f"nd.n in-m i ^ an 
pm to ;:IX) pro, 
trorn 12.('Kt pm l.r> •; ■' 

'"n*- chair fives nil Haijw 
siudcnw., faculty and slafi ., 
ctianec lo uic Ite' pool and 



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haiflil't were 
!"'.'rerii Kiun;Cs 
'!> 1 j-tiiit; siitileiir(>lv'i1,k'.i-i (rtnti 
K, ri I jrr(iH\ hrainitiild swima 
Ihtm and The liarper Cnllcj-r 
FouwbiKin 

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fuHhcr infornijoi 

i).; die u«r of the ih, 

••i,i:all ,i'»7-5(K)(:le»l 
JurmB wiraial *o*M|t tours. 



Studying, no problem, thanks to LAC 



H» Out Ri-bniaii 
stitt WrlUr 

HiJW many iimcj Save you 
or one of your friend* said, "fiow 
couM I have bonilml ihiit im? I 
iliouglii ttiai 1 had alt the 

answers." Harper ^luileni* can 
have all the answers lu-i by 
Hiking advamage ol ihe Lfani,in.i;. 

AMiittnce Center (LAO 

The Learning Assistance 
Ccnirr (l.AC>, kwaied on th,i- firsi 
floor o( Buildmt! V. oilers 
eournes, .seminars. ,in.l k-Ming 
liiai are designed lo ici. li and 
analy/c ihc mosi eriicieni suidv 
mclh(x1:s. 



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tusc eiu'ollcil usei 1,IN.W sl,iidet»ls 
(or ihi,s foiirse." slated tec 

Vogc[. I, At ■ .:• Olhci 

i'i:Kir,»«'- ofiiTu ';-ading. 

wnung and hmukhlhhs 

Sludcnls *ho tan'i fit 
anoihcr ^ onrsr imo iheir sehediili- 
l>ui ( J help .n , 

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'."i itirough a L l.iss 
"''' ■■.iiifcnts) hcsiiau- !o 

tome into the Tutoring Cciner. 
"fhe ccniet helps many students 
ai,:hievc A lunl .H grades. 

A:p]»)in)mcnts for tdinrmg 
tan he made by talliii. ■ 

Ivr your conu'nien^ 



luloring is 

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BE A CALORIE 
BURNING MACHINE. 

\1 Moiitli Stiidenl Spec i;il-Sh9 

lalsi .id'i.mtai^r ol iiiii su(n,'i )■•» smdnii spftui 

Ulllv S I sO ;.nrs i>iif )H-lsoll I.; nil iiiiIk o| tltllfs,^ 

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iftifui'iii^i: 

• hill M.utiiiir I in mis of 
\aiiiili.is i«s t,ii,:.(r I \Ur\ 

• Irrr \Veu;h|s 

•i:ompillcn/rit I MTiisr HiKrs 
•(..irdi'ivasKiIji I'ljiii.iiions 
•,\cTiihn; litw lfii|Ki(i .iiul 

l':vcri-)st' ( l,lsM*s 
•U.llrl Kudu (.l.issf, 

• \iiiriinin.il .iiul l'rrsittiali/f(l 
^i'lrjsoit! rro:.'i.tins 

•TiiiiniiigMs 

• \i>« osi N(ir>fr* Smu'f 

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'riEALTH CORNER 

1 l-BRl'AKV LS WnON \l III ARr MONTH 



• Kriluce saturated fats 
and rholriilrrol in xiur 
diet. I-ai more lish and skmlevs 

poultry: eai less ee,ns and red 
meat Co.* with lk|tiid vepetaMe 
lid, and fsilyunsaiuraied shorien 
'n,i.-s I mgcrsiuk ehokHicru! 

screen ini.'s .jn- .iv.idahle in the 
Health Sersiie. A'h:. for SI lot 
siiidenis and S' lor laeuliy and 
stall, (■omprehensive ehiilesicrol 

sereenmj: is .:i'>.i!i i!-!.' th'ims-ii ■ 

Ituinan f\" ,' ■, . 

eoiiiaei est, :4(,.«. lor tuHln't 
inlonruilion. 

•Doiri smok.' The he.irr 
'"■■■ :iii,'.lu,'i I, It 

' : \i H.trper 
1 V'llet'i.'. siiiokiiig IS (Miiinied in 
designated HKm only, TV Health 
Serviee offeri assistance in 
achiesing a non- smoking Ide 

style, Indis: '■■,•• ,il so enrol) 

"1 the t.i . :.■ Clinii 

oHered ii ■utmuint: 

Eidticaiioo 



•\soid ivecss ueighl. 

Ilatpei . Nijiriiion Kesoiirte 
Center offer.* programs to help 
you develop health habits for life- 
long Height control Coniaei 
Nicli Salmons, reeisiered 
diefiu.in.li est 2W2 

•( iintriil high hlimd 

pressurr. ll high bUxid pressure 

goes umkiecled ami untreated, the 

i hanees of stroke or heart jii.iek 

■ ■ • I lie llealifi ■ ' 

,..ulime Itli'.-' 

hh:s v. ill Iv ll' 

'■'■I'rnary 22 .o ».i,.,,u-, .'i.'^l 

.iiiii-s Lunpus. 

-K«trcise rreularly. 
Vigon)u»e»crcise K-neliis overall 
cardiovascular healih. Chysical 
Iduejiion .md Rivrvaiion il'fiAR) 
iiltcr, indisiJtially l.iitored 
esemse progi^ims 

•Have rejiular nudieal 
check-up-i. A phjsman lan 
help you to develop a healthy 
fieartpnigram. 



'Rlmhursi College 

Infornidiion Day for Transfer Students 

February 18, 1989 

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon 

College Union Building 




'■ "I or 1312) ?7<)4100 lot di-toils 

tlmhuni Collide 



Editorial 



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Pick a Httie. talk a little. 
cheap. cheap. cheap 

I ■■! iM accHtlnneii In wrilinit ouHidr Ihe fkid 
i>r entrrlainmriil. hul Miiitclliin|> hj% h<:«n hrinichi In 
mil mllrnlitin IIib) I tltitiiclit the Hiir|icr (iiffimunili 
should hr nwstrt of. Whsl, yiiu mil) Iw ii>>kiii|!, iim I 
UlkinE abnulT The an»«itr is nuv, Ihit new llurper 
('<ilkt« rhairliri for ibr t-amfiiH twtfnminiE piml. 

I.wil wrtk I iiicrliriirii j cinvcr^alion pirrlciin)n|i lo 
Ihc riin-iirdund occurrinf when irjiii); lo rind oul 
ahiiul: llic whrrcabniits. Ihc pr(i|crr>i« on and Ihe 
Itnimlrdjie t-nnctrainn Iht chuirlifl. I dtcidrd In Find 
■till tm mywir, ra I calkd the nnr |>fr<>»n 1 Ihnujihi 
wftuld know. Tiim Thompson. Iliridor i>l lli^;lhlrd 
Siliidtnt >J«T»ir»*. t nforlanal<:l> h» didn't know mitih, 
but h* did eiplain «hal hr kni-u 

fboinpson Ktid mt Ihiil Iht idra iil Ihr chairlifl 
«•■ Iht brainchild of Ken Carrnll, an ei-snimmer 
mtm it Mill a dkabled sludenl. Carrnll decided (<i hold 
a swim-a-lhon to rail* moneir for Ihr lift. 

Hay Oeverj, Rirfrtnr of Drvelnpmrnl. Ihen said 
The Mucalionai luudalinn Miiuld maKh or heal any 
fiMdinii Carroll could raise. Ihankt lo Ihe Kdncalional 
Foandatian. fhi Tbela Kappii. und Ihe Studcnl Stnalr. 
IJe*»ry recciscd Ihe fundinii. 

•So tverylhinit is hunl>.i-<li>r>. righl? Nol quile here 
is where Ihe story joes awry, the project pwssrd 
Ihroufh many handt intiudini; lliote of John Crlrii 
and Dennis Ryfher or i'f^ \H. In hand-ofr of the lill 
from pcrM* lo person, some inrornalion never 
reached the necessary people.* tike Tom Thompson 
and Kay Oevcry, perhaps?) Con fused'.* Now you know 
what it was like ror me. Ir>in|t tit rind all or this Inst 
inrormatioii. 

Who thca. it actually in charge of Ifaii cndeasor7 
Allnw mt to paraphrase. Carrnll started Ihe project 
• hiC'h mciitd 01' tn Desery mtm received the m»nty 
tiNl ordered it. When Ihe lift arrived IJelch iindertoah 
il «»d then imslallalion was the responiihtlilj uf 
Ryther. Rylbcr Ihtii ashed the physical plant to 
install il. 

Thronfh another series of phone rails (and believe 
me there were quilc a rewi I disiovrrcd ibe rin.il 
infairniaiion lo makr Ibis Fairt-liilc (:i>m|)lflc. itnd 
likr M KAirv-lalcs it ha» a happy riidinK.. 

\fi«r J brier conversation vtilh Kylber 1 found thai 
Ihe chairlifl it tompttlih miiallcd and fulh 
operational. <ind ■■ n n<m iumoKin kntiwlcdite. 

Ihe only i|Mcsiion I am ieli with is, "Why was il 
sit hard to keep track iif an item tbal would henrfil an 
imporliinl pari of Ibe lliirpir populous*" Ur mat 
aex-r find out the anvwer to this quolkm, Itiil ut (.in 
iinlv h«ipe that in the tulurr. we hr.def itit 
communication tap 
Scolt \eidl 
KnlcrtuiinwieM Cdilor 

Pray Freedom ' 

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id'edicaled lo Ruhwi f),(>i»( 

My l-:nifrt;»innn-Hi I (lii.ii- approached mr lbi» «icfk 
with a qwcslliin. lie w.ialt'(l lo know it br coold use 
bitllsh'-hrep-l in his movie rev in* , 1 replied, "vfs," In 
ctinlesl Ihr wdlil it apprnpriali:. "...Iiurraucralic bulltb- 
hi-i-|>-i." 

I'lie amr.!! ..f lh« \Utti IV If Mill w.iol iti M-f Ibr 
word ''fel|lt'>b<tti|«:|.t'" prinird <ii full, tiinpty iixn ■<■ 
piilie 4 tmt rc^' ?aiM«||t. l-<iriun.ili;lv. il pF.n In l.od >l 
won't tv4^ tlini'i^i Ihr 'Hcrhingcr iv not censoird, 

Onr A'ttrfilr, .liMfi; Oslkiin. dors rsarlly W'hat hiv ii- 
i:« Mttesls.'lll ,||IMt aJsttt thai keeps this paper in 
its pr«reisiiir4| vtallg'.' <Min^ lb.inkv Jon!) He does 
mill, however. 'Hmv* ' the.,! 
cbanfc in any wil| a 
Milling me riisl. 

The «»nly pM|trii*l|||rM 
'ftwl'iictd ikrtMgl' IIMllfal.. 
tbnm these papers ntltttr r 
time O'O Ibe new'Spaprr. which | 

iKciirdi«e to the ll*<<-l»> ' ''-.i 

>« run out of S Indent •' 
liiurnatism l)cpar«im-ni , 
vludv .l>»ufn:ilitm 

lo s.iiul» Ihe t rtiiltim ul il< 
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Concerned Sliidents Compile Conimcms and Ideas IJsi 



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The IwKCs arc locaieil tm ih. . : 
fVwr r>( BuiMmg A >fi !'"• 
llw Stiut.,-r,t \rri.uc I >l! 
hrM tl<«>i i>( Kiiiiiliri;- ' > ■ 
\ friim Mcitt^ Circiilaliirn and uti 
ihi:- fif*( ("lour of Building i in 
turn. I'll ihf B4H, OifKc. 

The S (' 1 Q hovc% *crf 
ilcK:l«i|>ed III help swlc yinir 
tonccmt to ihe Harpt'i Bnant of 
Trustees who m«-i fu-rv IVmrih 
Thurslay of ihc nwnih 

l„asl momh I pj^m-J om 
.-(■tpi.-s i>t I hi-. Ii^t in ijie trustees 

(aiilitirv In llw smoking 
ji.fi'.i ol l^t: talctcna cm the east 
*nlc. vents ihould hr put in 
There arc f samples ol these m 
Buiklmg I upstairs by the win- 
1 ikiws, 

HariXT ticcds more tlixks. 
EvpiLX tally lb ibc lihiary and in 
the main hallwuys. 

Rciptiicc or at kasi clean the 
walcf IciuniBirn. They arc all in 
m-ed of major mainieMncc and 
Ibe water talti bad.. Not every - 
t«ne likes lo drink pi'tp. 

The Studtrin tVoier Lounge 
neols u» hjive hciici lighiinit at 
nighi. Culling cosis give* a bad 
impression, of Harper. 

Tbe B.uiMii<g E cbssrocms 
tieed ici be itii|«tiwc«t. tigbli.ng a 
dim an:l iKMlmuilK. 'tlK KOiiflics 
.,P^. ,...1...... TK..^.. .f. hrwds O'Vf r 

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illMrtmenl. Students 

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We pray ror frerdom of Ihe prrss 

So that we may self.-evprtts 

The ihouifhts vir have wilh all Ihe much. 

With useful words likr damn and Mifep*«'h 
DoMsUs K,iy «SAN» 

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>. mi: .111 LdShiilHiik'il. Ihiiii ol 
.ill ihc slimmer programs we 
tould dii loul.Mttc ii:vcriin: 
pTrr.ilini; tvi-nisl 

Snack Bar A situk hii.r 
'..i.inil wiih ifal IikhI .inii loKce 
vk-iiuli.) Ik- niic in the I./J Buildiiip 
ircjiii. 

I'll like to sec the T'ront 
F'orih' ri'iijicrifd iti the Student 
< i-nKf Lounge. It shimld feature 
dell sand*nhcs. 1>urgers. ;ind an 
CMcmk'd salad bar (like Weml> ••• 

AIk). Il should feature ton- 
temporary treats like frtwcn j-o- 
gun. Also, It would he great in 
have a sUi'llitc (ixnI outlet in the 
Building J lounge iliai would of 
(tt fresh fruit, fnveri yogun and 
coffcc-s (,es.pt-.tiiilly espresso and 
apftacini'i). 

Campus \pprarance 
Harper seems like it is always 
trying to improve the leioks ol 
our campus, and over all. ilie 
cail>p«» .looks very nice. A sma.ll 
i.mpro¥eme.ni thai eo.uld he mack- 
is: not leaving an opc-n bed truck 
fiitl of garhapc fniim Ihc ciilelerui 
right outside the cafeteria bay 
windi:>ws lo ruin an otherwise 
nice vKw 

Cawpili Art The arlKork 
m.iilits Ihc canifms Imk iinatir.u 
live Mixc .ini ,.-r,.i:!>, .ih*,hiI 
'4- 1 mill tv .ii'"pj''.-- i.ii..! 



siiident Ideas I feel 

letUu^ 

.1 why 
. I.,'. .'I.-. .1,1.1 i.ii il IV aware 
in.iii.'fi '*!ih ■.|K'. lal bins 
.■Ilk 

■\n < Ih.injliifv would he II 
pic.ii .kill nil 111 111 tlu: lampus. 

How alMHit a battle i>( the 
tunds where at leas! one mcmhi;:r 
ol the liand is a Harper siudcia 

In running an cstablisjimcnt 
Ibis big. finaiiee is a problem, 
hui a growing conecm is having 
to read icsts and handouts printed 
on ihc old h.iid to-re.id "dmo" 
blue copy 

Ciel a lew vidoci-ganie-s. 

It IS estremely hard for a 
disabled student lo open diwrs 
here on lampus What ahoul 
lightet, two-way swinging doors 
lo make it ea.sier'' 

Building F PIca-se try to 
get orange juice hack m pup nui- 
chines. The "ora.ngc -pineapple" 
dunk used now is only 20% 
juiee 

would be beneficial to implement 

a recycle program tm cans The 

Please place typing machine 
puis under lypcwnlcrs so Ihc 
noise level is not so distracting. 

The above list comes from 
ctjnccmed suiilenw and staff. If 
you are concerned Ici mc know 
i'ul a line m .in S.C 1 1.> \v\. 

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t,m I vvouU exjx-ci Joufgei»<n to 
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b3rr>Mgsandpapetwad..anJ:is.i 
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through all Umr movu-s, .'Mso. 
anyone i» ho s'Onies dressed J^ a 
niuianl ..Kkt.«K:h will gel m ai 
hall pnse. 

The film fesuval will ukt 
plKetmPctmiarylinJBuildmi: 

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.lU'imalion .yonijv i Mieliaet Bnard merimgs will be on 

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Uiniiie% DilHC al r:«i. Program Board orriei- in 

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Part-time 
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Thursday January, 26 
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at print. Commercial 
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ALASKA NOW WRING 
Looo'"0. coflSt, tishing. 
nurses, leachers. eic 
E)«ctll«nt pay. For lurther 
inform ation call. 206 
748-7544 BMl A- 473. 

TfLiEMARKETING 
20 hours per wmk. Hourly 
wao + bonus. The funr^y 
Bone Corned* Club. 1725 
Algonquin Hd. Palatine 
303-5700. (at the 
Sberalon Waklen) 

HIRING 

Gowernm'enl lObs youf 
area. St7.840-S69.48S. 

Call 6'02-B'36-fiB85 . E*t 
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BURGER KING 
Help wanted. Full and 
Part-iifii'e, Call 253 
2580. ask tor Bob. 1540' 
E. N.W, Highway. Paialme 
(icfosn from race track) 

KCTAPWONE TYPIST 

Afle moons, some ptiofliS 
work & mail, Mon-F'n 
AppiOKlmatety 15'20 Hrs 
per wk. Call 884-7100, 
Sue. 

BABYSITTER 

N»«led In my Barrington 
home. Part-time, tor my :- 
ind 4 year- olds. Mc- 
weekday eves., and sofs-t. 
wtinds, Musi have own car. 
Call 304-0077, 

APPOINTME,NTCAaER 

For local Insurance agency 
No selling, evenings. Base 
* incentive. Call 806- 
6777. 

HELP WANTED 

Domino's Piiia. Earn $8 
10/ hr. Delivering paias. 
In. soultiarn Pataiine Call 
705-8404. 

TRAVEL COORDINATORS 
NEEDED 

Paid on commission basis. 
ot gel Ifee trip beneltis 
Contact Dave © 543 5910 



HELP 
UlflNTED 

CHILD CARE 
Loving cfnid care providers 
needed to live- in with 
Naperville. Illinois area 
families. Ekc. salary. 
beneWs, travel. 

CALL COLLECT 

NAPERVILLE NANNIES. INC. 

312-357-0808 



MODELS NEEDED 

For fashion shows and prim 
work $50-100, hrly. We 
counsel beginners State 
licensed tsleni agency 
Spencer Studios, open till 
Sp.m,. closed Sundays 



SERUICES FOR SRLE FOR $RLE 



LEGAL SERVICES 
FREE CONSULTATION 

lor all your legal needs 
includes. DUI. personal 
iniury. divorce, real 
estate. Phone 517-2600, 
Eves, and weekend a,ppts, 
available. Law Offices of 
Becker & Becker. 600 N 
Meacham Rd. 3rd door. 
Schaumburg. 



FOR SRLE 



PART-TIME JOBS 
SB. 90 

an hour National chain has 
openings in all areas 
aft ilia ted with marketing, 

management trainees. 
service and order work No 
eip. nee Can work into 
full-time. Call 882-6013 

GENERAL WAREHOUSE 
A PRODUCTION 

Full time / p,a»t-ilme. 
fie'mble hours: competitive 
pay. No enperience 
necessary. Apply in person 
2f)94 American Lan«, fiV 
Gfovc cm Louie (^ etO 

GOVERNMENT JOBS 

$16,0'4 $59.230''yf 
Now H.nng, Call (1) 805- 
687 6000 EkI, R-1053 
tor cyrreni federal list. 



SERUICES 



19S9 NUDE COED 
CALENDAR 

Featuring color photos ol 
NUDE ILLINOIS COLLEGE 
WOMEN. Mail $9.95 to 
COED CALENDAR P.O. box 
434 H Dekalb, III. 60115. 
1990 MODELS WANTED. 
EARN $300 

BUSINESS FOR SALf 
Established custom dress ■ 
making S alteration 

business tor sale in Lake 
Zurich 540-5550, Ask 
lor Mary. Details by appt. 
,only 



GOVERNMENT SEIZED 

vehicles Irom $100. Fords, 
fulercedes. Corvettes. 
Chevys. Surplus. Buyers 
Guide {II 805-687-6000 
EXT. S 1053 

GOVERNMENT HOMES 

From $1. {U repair) Tax 
delinquent property 
Repossessions. Call 605 
687-6000 Ext, GH 1053 
(or current repo, lis! 

FOR SALE 

Can you buy Jeeps. Cars, 
4X4's seiied m drug raids 
tor under $100.? Call for 
facts today, 602-837 
3401. EXT. 426, 

1985 CHEVET 

LI. blue, excellent cond. low 
mileage Standard trans 
"CS* upgraded interior, 
tilt-wheel, am radio, 
$ 2500. Bob 991 7391. 

GOVERNMENT HOMES 

from $1. (U-repair), 
Delinquent tan property. 
Repossessions. Call (D 
806-687,6000 EXT GH 
1053 tor current repo 
list. 



DRAFTING EQUIPTMENT 

Boards & T-squares, 
drafting books, compass 
sel. scales, curves & angles 
and more, $95-00 , 0.8.0. 
Call 885-8274 after 
7o,m. 

PERSONAL 



CONDO TO SHARE 

Clean non-smoking male to 

share 2-bedroom condo 

w'same. $250. /mo. 
Includes all utilities. Bob. 

459-3294. 



Trady. 

You cant quit. Wanna know 
why' You tired man 
Pack you things and get outl 
Only kidding, I know that 
you can't lite your mom or 
replace her. (or even bribe 
her) Thanhyou for being so 
helpful during the last 
semester 1 don1 know what 
111 do without alt your 
helpful "suggestions" and 
smart-ass remarks. 

Signed, your kid 
Alex P Keaton 



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•TYPING: gHVCE 
Typing done out ol my 
Fast, accurate 
] Term papers, 
reports, etc Pick up and 
delivery avaiiabte. Call 
LaVonne @ 519 9041 or 
leave a message. 

TAXES 

DRIVING YOU CRAZY 
Then call Hartt & Assoc We 
make lanes less taiing. Our 
rates tit your budget. Free 

pick-up and delivery, call 

934-5734. 



AL-ANON 

Meetings will be held on 
campus on Tuesdays, Fc 
m«re information aboui 
this support group, corvtaci 
Health Sereices at eMt. 
2626 




is 



I ! JM wtiuBT tutm (IS nowty nnmn. rA^A^tt to mt iMiitiwiitR ■ 

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The HarbiiiEtT 



Januarv 26. !<««♦ 



paR' 



Men's and Women"* Iratk and I-kId 
MEHI%(; 

Wednesday, Februarv l„ * pni M1.17 
J-or further Jiirormiil!OH"<:'iitujti Rencc Zclliier 



-IMMfDIATK OPtMN«;S 

LLOYD TEMPORARIES 

We tiavc immcdijlc o[>ctiing.\ U^^ woe J pI^^^>M,>^^, 

t:U-rk typisll. gencrtt aftttc workers, shipping & 

receiving clerks trwl warehouse personnel 

CALL TODAY 
297-7030 

LLOYD CRE ATI V ¥ IF MfOR AR V SER V ICES 
1011 I-, lOHUHV. riF'SPI AIM'S MMMJ 



'jrmtMm ni mmr m mv u M Uituwwn 



Swimmers push 
for faster times 



^ Wildly. J 
Entertaining! 



.. a to «ifui »ou' stuH 10 show youi 'ar» Brand ot en 
Put 0" you' M'af. nai s^a come lo Busch Gaioeos 

'^05» «"tertaining ai^C «K01iC aOventb'e par^ ■ E ve'yoni 

.51 "'la at)Ooi «o>. We prorp.ie' 



AUDITIONS & INTERVIEWS 

Sunday. February 5 1989 • 9 a.m.— 6 p m. 

PALMER HOUSE 

17 E Monroe Street • Chicago 



Singers and Dancers 

.V- ■•- ^»a/cn.ng lof -na* ano ternaie laaluf* Oanca'S ana lot strong 
s.",».i «nr, also aanca mhi &ngar» snouid pnotn two snort s*«:tions 
iballao »n<s upl»mpoi Br>ng sh««« mi»K or in«rum»nl»i t>ic*gnion0 cas 
siHta n ,our ti«i «•> Accompan.st ana cM8«» 'acorO^ proviOea 
Dancers $ioi,ic onng oanca attira - 



;!*i«o '0 .ianc» ind aancars M pr»car»o ic si"g 

Musicians 

no play pf.mafy ano seconaary .njtfumamj - y.oi 
. „ — „ ano 8«»t pMyws \A* ar« also look 

.<..5 ~.nj ..« ».,/^><ncea .n ainca mo»»m»n" maicfiinij 
i rA, snou.d praoart ivw short seleciions 



Comic Actors 



p.«.t,*aacom«:monoiogu» Zminulasiongoiappropnawmawnai <t)i. 
■nay t« laguaaMO lo perto'm an improvisation Emn< a>aMct> at* help 

• ui ar^d may also D« 'aqu^steO 

Variety Performers 

Magicians luggMrs ano m.m« «ho f»nam slrcumg sir««i panormanc*' 
ihov.M prepare a shof rootme aemonstraimg your spatialty 



Technical Personnel 



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DUSCH 



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Rt Trndj Hrrbsl 

St.iff H'fll«r 

|.i|i I'lrmpeiiium Irorei 
lllinins Ihvisitms I, IL ami 111. 
N.iiiiiiul Junior Ci>Ile(t<;' Aihlciii 
Assoc iJl ion INJCAA) ^intl 
Nkilional AlJiktit lmcrcollc(SUie 
AssiH'i;Uion INALA) sthools 
pushed Hiirper swimmers lo lasler 
nines ami impressive swims ilii-; 
weckeml ill V oli l-Oitcapo. The 
Illinois IniercollefiJle offtis 
comparahle eomt-H'iiimn in d 
nalional-lcvcl i- 

T.-p H.ii;' 
p. ■ ' 'I i.jiit.'ii ii'i. 
ih. -will .1 '•'' ('^' 

si-ioiul> Itoin a ii.ii 
(jiLiIitvini! lime. 



Llccr .Smith 



HKI Hrc.^^^ iKini Jiifi-'.il. 
' "'• 1^ I -It Sinilh I, (111, >.1i 

[\I ilulie \eK/yk 
• V IMtlli.i.l -1 V.O'). 
M.irk \1. 'V'..'^ J ■■ 

:in,i IM . ■, . . . ■. 
MK \h.kU Smiili :.:.'■.'}). 
\m l-rcf (Pccttv McCiimi 

s'J.f*. Karl John^" ' " ' 

Ml Eree iLiv, 

IlHI Ely \\:.--- ' :..'->i>)r 
2:11.25), 

imnvCIVfttv KtiCann* 
n„H-k Julio N.-f..fvk 
(."arolvii Uiooks 
. !'..uli.i.i ,~ .?!' ''M 

•i.t. k ■ I I'-.l Slllllh 

il.iijvi ■. iki.!i;,,.-'i tinislK-il 
. luii 111 l.iuiueii Illinois 
.'K jnj EiariKr's men finished 

. • jlih (.till of fifteen Illinois 

sflifxils. 



L.. *^f 



The 

Temporafy 
/ riacement 

■"'erviCCS. I n C. specialist* 

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS: 

Will Pay up »o $12/hr. (if qualified) 



• DtC 

•OmarWord 
f>roc»f*ing Poalltoni 

iam SKho Iriconw or'K) 
orilov a, ichsd»,ite (hot al- 
lows you to putaw other 
intef0»l» at home or 

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Alto AvQiK]t>l« 

•Gvnarol OHIc* 

• Switchbooid Oparalon 

CAU lODAVI 

228-1801 

CCB TEMPORARY 
SERVICES. INC. 

Bollma MaodOKlI 

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Ladv Hawks 
8-12, 3-4 



lis Lciu Nunei 
si»rr Wrlltr 

Al'k'f iheir loss id Kankakee 
lusi Thursday. Ihc 1 ady Itawki 

relumed lo conference play where 
they lost 56-49 lo Soulh 
Siiburhan on Saturday and they 
Aim 70-54 over Triton on 
I iBs*lay to bring Ihcir record up 
to M-t2 overall and 3-4 in the 
N4C. 

In S.ilunl.iy s los^ lo South 
SuhurKin, the 1 ail\ Hanks lell 
K-hind l-s X ai i: 4 -auIi a little 
loss than live minuH". gone m 
ilic conliesi. They were able to 
inmc back and lie it up at 12 
nKh an 8-0 run. culminating 
with a Patty Canchola lay up at 
the 1142 mark Hul South 
Subtifban (7 12i u.in able to 
make a pair ol sjlurt^, including 
an IM) run in the linal l-.'S'* to 
take a 'Mb lead at the 
intermission. 

Still. Tfic Bulklogs would 
run be able to win this one going 
.iik:i> as the I. ady Hawks came 

Iba^k »ith a 17-0 run in the first 
sis minutes to lake a V.1-M lead 
in which -Amy Ko^tiol had 7 ol 
her 18 points. 

Then the lady Hawks 
priKccded to go cold as Uiey were 
Dutscored l7-(. as South 
Suburban t(K* (Is biggest lead of 
Ihe night at 54-41 with 4:08 
eniaining. 

But the I jidy Hawks would 
not throw in the towel. The Ijidy 
Hawk-, were able lo go on a 8-0 
run as lime ran out. 

'We shouUt'vc beaten them 
It we had something in the lirsl 
half. And tlien we came baik and 
ihcn we just guii lk.iJ C.uch 
Tom Teschncr sjiil alter the 




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Sports 



The IlurhinsiT 



Linuarv 2t>. Itm 



PagP X 



Men's B-Ball falls to SSC, Triton; 

losing streak goes to 5 




tvMt Sh..i:ir'i..t(.;ii,ti„r,, .-•. >. . . ■ 



Bv Ijiu \iinff 
S(«n Wril«r 

Thr Iljrpi:r Mtu"» ttadii-iNtl 

w«* grr* u> five si 

• ..!ri:if (x:,! txHli of ihcii 

sauit!. Ii>«i week, a 1(11. f,"4 

tlecisi.m Id Soulh SuhittMn ..n 

''■ ■' ' ' mght ind » 7,:- 70 

" Tue»«l«y nighi ii> 

'■ •■■ lUe huji/er on Fml 

.'sn's Ififeoi tttmp shut frwii 
^'tiii Tinjfni inNninds pm 
»lw.* cliam-d iliniugh *ree llawk 
dcfender-t, Thr lowrs Jf,ipp,;i,( 
H.ir|HT"\ IV ■ ■ 
;iml I f> in f 

Ihe li.iM H!jlkli>i> (I.: 'Ji 
'•<Tc iihic lo jump oui ui HI %4} 
Icikl m i»k: lirvi itecc minuics. v 
Saturilii) '^ jtainc bchtinl (is,»l, 
hy Ri* Kcsprcsi. VirhirGra^a 
ftMTit k Rivil i- inj 1 1 > , ,, [ ), m J | j 
Pierce by-uf wtiji |f.. <; t,.;, i,,,, 
l»« H.mk'- ur en itn- U 

.irid ikiwd Ihc ga(> ,it ii,,,;, , s 
*<ih len minwc* k-ii 



Mm d J(w f>assi haskct, il 
wa,i Ml South SubuThm, A lO^O 
fim in J v.|,.iii ,,i two minulci 
"''^'*" ''• ti.ilfu,mc. ilie 

B.iiiu,v. • • ,. , UMrniTcaie the 
margin to :» ^i 50-3O. 'Tht- 
BufMogs continued to dom.njiie 
m ihc *econil half a* ilvcy 
i>ut«-oml Ik- Hawks S.i ,¥■) 

l.ea.d,mj{ ihe w;; 
Hull<k>|5s *m- Resi'i 

*uth IK (njims e«;li, : .,,,;,.. 

''Mlh 1^ Kevin Simpsun 
' ll.iuks «'iib \H point.* 
'"' "<■"> a..l*kd 15. all 

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■■■ '■■■'"'-' "■»" ii.iii -iJiii dime 

:'■'"■*" 'li.-l>:riMvf (XTlomawxs fBwi 
'viiri.p.,,>ii Vcn: fi,-., .. I 



-; gave ilx- T(i,>|.m\ (i.j 



SCOREHOXRiy 

MENX HVskt in\n 

S, Siihiith.iii ' H;ir[ji r fi"'» 

■'nion : Harper 70 

Kiiiik, Harper 46 

-S, Suhurh.in Sf, Harper 4«1 
Harper 70 Trilon 54 

WRI si I |\(, 
f»ur.,ii.:c Du.iU lljr,ii r pl.ivvJ 2iitl 

\\V.\S .AM " ) WO M 1 ■■ \ ■ \ \ u ■ 1 \] \ 1 [ N. ( , 

niill01\ Ir; ' ■ i.iii- 

Harper \K; ■■ im-n |()ih 



S. '(-^i iheir lirsi lead of the' riight 
:il fiJ.fi? rtu- Trojans were ihle 
to pull away to a 70.67 lead 
when Maik Bcnfonl nuwcd the 
front end of a l-l with 14 
secomis left, giving thr Hawks 
one last chant:* If) tic, 

Omd Hull snared the whtjumj 
then handed the hall ui Perry. 
whij in ttifii ijasscd h to Brooks 
»hn fired a *<periijon shot in 
*e f(it:e of threx- Tnuw defend»Ts, 
Ihc shoi rimmed oul and in 
through the na tying the eonleNi 
ufi 1)1 70 wiih s»-ven iwofids Irl'i, 
1 oiiHimately fm the Hawks. 
'• were ahic to call time 

' ' ihrix ."ctomh remaining 

ami (CI u(i the winning inNMtKls 

• -I'd led tlK- Trojans with 

Calm added \l white 

''.-">■ i:-i.l (he Hawki with 22. 

iivTudmj! 4 lor 4 from, the 1 

(x>mt line. 




Lady Hawks go 
down to KCC 72-46 



IiiU'H I'crry sf««s ttnt 
il'htmt trf John Sason\ 



SCHEDULE 

——— — iiii i ii ii iiiiii i-||iniiiiii III! m ill iii iii ii i i iii iii iii ii i i ii 



\ir\s n\- 

■ - : H.ir ,-1 

Harper at j<<;i.. 



M L 

.fas .11. 7 PM. 



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' 



m>:.V.U:.\' S H.A. S K i:rB,A I.I 

't's Valley .11 Harper:, riiunJui. Jan. 2(i. S pm 
Harper ,jt .Iv-liei !ue.rdav. .im.. f.l. 5 .pm 



lly :f,.,itH %unvf 
**«iff »>lttr 

'"•*" I -nly Hawks ran into a 

hu//vi» 'nii,ir«lay .Mtemwin a,-, 
ihev irll I., unbeaten Kankakee 
".I -4ft. The LiKly Cavaliers. (l%- 
0) rant second behind Mwaine 
Valley m the Region IV poll. 

K,ankikee jumped out to a 

Ift-H lead »iih u 17 remammc 

■re an IN 

■ ! yi.lt fl.irEyi 

',■' iiU)aau hiuid, rtuthi-,i: 

14-6 run whieh closed 

'■■■"■■' ' ' : 4:lll 

ihe 
-'■' -^^ I' f 'iiitt \. anitiola 

H-iiTctlon a lay-up, 

Tlui *.r<, .,.. .lo«- ,„, ,h,. 



I., ■■* in il'K, iiiul is'vcri iinmites 
Riviiij; Kankakee a 14, I'j 
fijllimic leal. 

Through the first su 
m:M:«itci «„(,(' the .ststond half, the 
l.aily Hawks were able to vi.n 
mthin 15 pomls. A Hv; run 

'^^"'^ikee ahead 111 stJiy. 57. 

• -Mih ■'■(■VI remaining in the 
,l!ani:, 

•'■larship players. 



■■■fhey toiild have kiealen us by 
,iiiore il they had used the press 
fin us.^^^ sa,Hl Head Ciiach Tom 
■ I >:■■..: Imer 

■Mm I, ally {■'av.ilier,!. were led 
by a balanced scoring atuick a-- 

1 IS" Rohmson and Ctinsn 

Whiiley had lOpomi^ jpieee ami 
Ten Stcichcn. Krn namn unit 



-.1^ 



tvliij 



I'lVthiie led the 
'ih ," points 

I 14, 



RTTENTIONI! 

WDnii-n and men of 
Harper College 

SHooj orr iuhht vou 

GOT 

ir you are Inlrested In 

appearing in the 

Harbinger Sport s 
siuim suit issue: 
£ilM9tLttl«Jjiiiri|[i 
OeDarlmpn^ it ttlff 

Hsrbtrtgpf, 
BIT1.B367 FkI.2260 




H«ad (,'<wi,h ■Tom ■roclmei mitt «. t.,i, !.i„lv llr,.t= .hirini- 

f/**o»i;> try /i*m ,I'«»i«i> 



\\ I'-i ^ ! ! I \ y 



V.ir 



n / 



2*,, * ami,. 6 pm 



mmm^.(i...A Dn'i\i„,; 

Harper ■ 

Tru.,!.!! (■■■.-; 



Bakey leads Harper wrestlers 



II ,J ,li<Il(c llf«,|||| 

,S«ff Wriifr 

:1m- ■Riikey USK lli 1 lci.\ ilw 
,H:awli wrrslk-rs to a seomil fi!.,ii'e 
ftnwh at Ihe Harper Inure .>,,,.,.,,, 
t!;,^i,kc\''^'s: first place vielors i-:i,riiv-i,t , tt,-; 11, 

■t oiilsiandiii,.' 

viittem 



*it,h strong baek-to,.Hack Uawd (.■■ollms conmhuled (loinis, 

''""'J^'*- bul was mn a pl.K ■.- runner 

Strong con^lrihiton to the Cojic:h UucUkc ».,, sjtKtied 

ss-iiind place finish were Ray with the louraament. "W i- -a ere 

\'tlt.,u ( 1 2*1 lb I. Keilh IJcn.ann bansed tip, but the kids .^TeMled 

II.-; II. . M-:„,fc (■...•, •I,, , 1 1 I. - .1 ■ . . . ,. ,, 

'''I III) uay 
' ■ . ■ ■ ■■■ • ,■ '^-v J..I-.I Il.-Cd 

I riiK his hmt iKltimg tome healing time lor iiur 
':iiirv priiNem wound,s-'" 

■'■■''' Final ; 

Harper 

'■' ' ■• Third. Bi-ii.'..il.; 




BRBinGER 



WWIaa IMmj Hmptr Cttkiit 

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February 2. IfSV 
VOL. 13 M). U 



Exploring additional child care 



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Board of Trustees' first meeting in '89 

, Elite students 

Board updates policy manual 



Hi Viuh %ltiwMcr 
M.irr Wrtlir 



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'•■■■'■■ iCT aitopied l)> ilii- ■'<"■• • 
>x personnel, iriisi. 
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l>.i,.i.! H.irpcr Ccillcpe stn>u).i.l <■' 
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.i! IS J hmh sihis 
.iiiu.il ii... I'.l> I. unless !tie> h..ns pl-i"^ 
■x .i|>. Ill n'linuioe their eiliK'aliim .lolin 
f i.isi. uneiiher iruMcc. expressed 
ilie same tomrcni * iih itiis issue 
" : Niarilpasseil !'■ ■ '"' ■•".' 

ll S.IU'^I.K!' 

ii,.,ij. (v ni,kle an..! i. 

ilif nem mecimg, l-eh. 1 1.. 



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[drug trt«!': The mottO 

jof National College 
Drug Awareness 

I W0GK, 

I Schedule of Events 



Sludcnt Trustee 
Jacobson reflect* on 
the year, as the one 
person elected to 
represent over 
20.000 people. 



Physically unfit: 

Scott Neidi tells 
why Physical 
Evidence goes down 
hill faster then the 
"American Eagle". 



Nelczyk paces 
swimmers: Women 
swimmers capture 
victory at Wright 
College. 



Lady Hawks fall to IV: 

Women's basketball 
loses to Illinois 
Valley. 



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'I like me when Fm drug free!' 



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CohimlNa College Chicago b Right Heie^Righl Now! 

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Student Trustee 

A reflection on the year 



Bf Um Ami 
staff Writer 

Get remly pm$, 'Ckctioi line 
is ngbl around ihe comer again. 
In bie Miu'ch thi- siudcm htxly 
will vole for a new iindeni 
mam. The Held irf c»diite« is 
«liill' wiidc open, ihe hals ha»f yet 
III Ik thrown into Ihc ring Laurj 
Xacob«Mi, the current trustee 
Ulm ttm« tO' Tctlca upon her 
apeiioica of tlic past year. 

liicotwon took ol'dee !a>t 
April 15; her icrm will c spire 
April 14. In addition to itiis 
respimslhilily. jhc u a memlxT 
of the Student Seriate. Siiwient 
Activilici. the PTin);T:im Boatd. 
Phi Theu Ka|)pa and on ixca- 
«in.., wniw for the Hmbmgtr. 

Canduhmt d«i iKit neol ti> Itr 
m involved a.i l^aura. To qulify ■ 
cwdidaie must he 1) i tesisicred 
stutlem wiih at least tune credit 
hours in htnh the fail and •iprmg 
«»nesicri, 2\ 3 rciident of the 
Harper follcp" Dutritt Hi and 
'i a ncMt apjtlicaiil (<.>r the trustee 

\Vchi.lC(\ rh:ri! 
iMtmalional Die lie:- 
Ifwtee a:<t j "mcmlK".: 
eiUnuied mnh Klmn 
fUMb and directing 1 ' 
»iii msimilK.* Of ■■■■ ' ■: 

The Bii.i! ■ 
polkv lot the -.. 

.l.!-:.'i:".10I lufch, A l^(if.J lllMOI'S 

.!•> ..lie* I hat all board- 
Rinrrrung higher eijucalion must 
have a non-votwif "stiMlent reprc 
leniativc. 

How muth mnurii. I- lIi,..,'- .. 
sludcm irusurc .'i, ■ •" 
the Bt,ard ari:l 

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LoMfcrship Oricntiilion For Tvj.v 
Year Schools semmar-i involved 
a 'ScrKi ol lectures given by voiti* 
t>f Harper's stiff and faculty. 

The Cluh and Organuatton 
Rciundiables is another .I'acolM)!) 
pri>(eci. Rout»d.ubles provide an 
oppi>rtun.iiy lor ihc campus cluh* 
and organi/ations 10 discover each 
other, and iiwrc importiintly. the 
services .iwulahle 10 lh.em One 
result of ihis ochangc was last 
year's Cl'instm,as party. 

Alter attending, meetings laa 
jear. Jacolnon found the c»act 
obligations of the )0^ 10 be 
elusive. Each new irusKe has 
hrou.ght a new focus to the jr*. 
She confideit. "1 ncwr kne» whjl 
i» teporu" With help from her 
Advisor, .}eannc fatilunin, she 
ha* dtftned what ernctly her role 
should he. "I try 10 re|irescm. the 
student pt-rspective," 

Her best souret of informa- 
tion of the .stuiknts' opinions is 
ihe Student Comments, Ideas, 
.ifid Otu-stions bi,t« iSCIOK On 

king for roult-i, she i»d to 

nwsilv garbaRC. Iiterallv 

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niinibet ihc 

j..i.ii'M.i. takes llie sujses 

lions and compiles j list for all 

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lour 'pcalccd her iniercst. and in 
ihe cmh (inidc .liK.ihMtn vi.lun.. 
tcciitdto bi'Ifi xui 

In the b»-ginnin);. Jacohson 
*ai "Not IP liL\-ti on thf idea of 
ttoing here. I *as a htat and 
wanted to go away 10 a four- year 
inttilutum. I would still be 
haling Harper if it weren't for my 
i«volvc.mtnt IB these ai.timies, 
FoniiniaKly I met the right 
jwopfc, .and' became interested, '" 

■Evidendy ,I.ic.>hvM-i has male 
many friend'» fcllim, program 
tmard nM'm,(x"t Jim Cibaj simply 
sass. ""She's great'" 

,Jact>bson feels the best ibin, 
tor siutteni-s 10 do is 10. ""t; 
involved mcjre at M'"^-'" ^'* 
are to many o(>p " 
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'loaril niccuiis:, jiiJ .U'liJi- il 
Ix'coming HarjXT s ncxi Stiidrnl 
Iruitee is ihe rnt,hi ihing n-r von 
.Anyone interesifd m ili,,- 
[Xisiiion IS cnrouragcd 10 attend a 
Kuril mcfiing to witness lite jol» 
in .;i.riiim 'The meeliiigs are open 
U' Ihc I'utilit on the fourth 
■Ihursd.iy ol cash month, at 
8:(M)p.m,. in the BiiiUling A 
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By Jamie Becsnn 
Kljff Wrllrr 

Friends ol Hartier.e-,,uW!'-f:.',.l 
111 l'»KI), IS 3 loliimec: 
which spcjks 10 the ttm,.,, 
about i' I, nice ol ilic 

coll>-!:;i" ,, ,il and stx-ial 

resource 

I-'nends of Haiivr Ptcsidcni 

H'.m Oliver said, "t^ur [.■oa! i-. 10 

■.■■ .1 two «..!> I'lmdmi II" 

'...ilion. Wc .Iff tiins|.,im,h 

\ ahiiiu il.irpers 

■ '.sc .. ai'H sj-ircad ihc 

word iodic public." 

.Oimng the year, ihc .fTtcnd.s 
work, on various projects, '['he 
Friendship Grove improves ilie 
laiid.st:aped area located outside ol 
buildings C and H One chaiiec h 



U! add benches to that area. 
(■'urrenily. the J'nends arc worting 
.Ml a video to present to the 

imimiiy 

President Oliver added, 
'Harper is a fanljislic commuiiiu 
It IS a pleasure to he the liead nt 
Miih .1 j;mup ' 

I ru'iivls ot Harper has 
appnisiDuioly IM) members in 
three ciilegories: lifetime, lanuly 
and individual Apprommalely Mi 
pirople are lileUme mcnihcTs 

The communiiy is inMteJ io 
the I fioiiils ol ILirper - ..miujal 
meeiiFig on Wcdncsd,iy , May ^ 
For irivire iiili'rmjiion lonijci 
Elaine Shicniicr, diieclor o( 
college relations at ^'n. totK), esl 
s;7n 



2001: 

A Fashion Odyssey 

fashion dcsi^^n sludcni, lacully iijcinlwr^ to »ki>rpuf.iiL" 

\lir-,hi r"li,i,n3hue. IS a fin,3lr,i m ihe tomcsi inio ib " '•■■ '■■' 

fid annual 'Sun of i.li,i.- .issien u ,i\ ,1 J. 

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JIJ.OVD (RKATIVE TEMPS 

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^ ssorkrrv. cvpirienced secretaries. 

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th,n Kfll""!! Ihrniiijh lli, ,|,mr iv wr, di(fi.i.ll l»,n .,„,, Ih, 
•.h„l.h.i.r h.»* (.'■"•■n ttiJt far. n,o*i <i, „„„.,,. .,, ||,,r(>.r h..>, 
llii-,'Ui,.l.lv. Mhivh mal, il lh.il miiih hjrdf. i.. pr... n.l ilunifd 

If M.mi„n, w.iutil h.n, lf*l,ii,d to the iiis,,l,!,d »..,i.miinrt>, in.,>h, 
U«'» iii.Khl hai, oini, up ••ilh a hfll,r *oluli<m 1 oiii lh,.mp*.,ri from 
l>^N siiKK,*!* Ihrer or four fiiH> a,it..m.ili( d*K.r* in I,,} *pni* ,in 
Linipu,. I,k, bH.ldinit* A. I. I>, jin,! I \\h» iir,|.» Thai Miiuld give 
~h,;,l<l,.„r utri indtpimdcnt •cent l.- a lol of thins* on cumpui Tht 
rtiwr. hting iMlHlli-d In 4 and .1 ar, nirc. tnil llio only 
< t.. Ih, hiiildiriK* rriini tti, parkins lol* Hui i% ili, »;iiii, 
"..n n.v full* anlonialit door alrrad, in (tnildinc M; •..„ c« nnl, a*, 

from Huild.nu \ ,„ , »|„H(hair. Ih, onh «a, „, ^H th,r, k h, 

fi...ni: Ihr., ugh Ih, hu*v parking Ioik 

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hri«B ,n*iall,d. I ,..hii,iti,.d a *MKie«*'-on to ,„„ S|,.d,„i lniM„ «hr. 

Ll.!";i.T' ™* ,"•"««■'<"'" "- il..rp,r * Hoard of I r,.*|„,. ,1 i,,), did I 

*,,.„? r*" ', "'"■'"'•^•"'<f i' '■ ""uld l..k, hair of a drrad, l„ 

Tnlr*^':.,'^-';! . """.T: *'""•"• "■* -"«"•""< »« f-r a door 
,Hlrj *»*|,ra, thai uould ht a,.,**,l,lr. •„» in,*f,,OM,,. and .,,.,1 no 
rl«-|r..il, or p.«,r of an, kin,:l V* I ...lUd ,a..i,r. a door can h, 
piJ*h,d op,n ,a*.l. ,no„eh if ,, „ noi latched shot t.^jhtl, s., ,„v,,,l| 
a door thai can l>, pnsh.d frnn, ,(ll„r dirrc.o, \K.,. rcrno,, th, 
lhr,*h..ld in tho*, clo„r«a** Simple, rithl • \ I s- And .1, n.,1 loo 

.,. nniri ',1*" "" """""": "*'''*' ""• !»•"•••' »'««^<"1 "" b, »dju*led 
<» pu*h holh -aj* or n,« door* can he in*Iall,d Ihat p«*h holh va*, 
I hi* ,,av. Ih, p.mcr a**i*l intran.,* -....Idnl h, a tompl,,,. „a*i, " 

I f,,) I ha,, Ki*en a >,r. r.j«,njhl, all,rnati*,- to »a,t fai, IN 
Ih.* *.l«»lH.n ll* m, an*.^,r Son,,- qu,*li««* I Mill h;,,, „,. ^h* 
t..uld.> I ,uM thr„ or foui- more firll* auHimalic d,...rs l„ i,uiall,-d"' 
"h, .„„l.|„, ..lu-rnat.v, *o,irc,* of fundina hr .n,c*iii;...,.,f v\h* ha,, 
Ih, front door* .if lliiildini; I h,rn 1 ICMf'If K \K1 
»,jir:' lelJ* ,t,i,li together and make Ihi* ca 
,»erjo.iie. 
I'ettr Sohy 
Sptirli Kdiliir 



il.>*,d lor oM-r a 
tnpu* accF**ililr for 



j jarbin ger 



Newsmakpr- 




mil 



Entertaininent 

Physically 

mil Nfldl ,, 

■<ilnm«. Kdli,,, "'•"■ a" '"tomafii Pans ha* uwil cn,,l,. ..... ... .. 



February 2. 1989 



page 6 



B) .Siuli Nfldl 
t'niiTtilnini'nl KdlKir 

<.Mce up..m a lime. ir. ^ land 
calU'd Hf.tllywo.Kl. ihcrc liv,.-ii ^,n 
"'^•■' f'Hilf li.; ...1 V|„v,r 

'■'""' ^'- :'->: and 

vihran: in il„...' ,„,.,.., ,,f j,,,, 

CurrenilK he onlv maK-. an 

appearance on incaMMi Hir ,i.n I 

wm 10 v.r» Physical 

E»ideiirif musi have K-en .,r„. 
•>■' Clixxl Movie'sAni oil 




tNai. an iiilbmafii P..ns has used 
manv limes has Ix-en rrmrdt-red 
Strang led *nh a puna n.re. The 
" ""' '"■' ■""" I'f P.iris' shins, 

l.,'JiL>VV pii|K* 

-1" vnu lin,,-.,i 
Lhai'setl *iih liiiiiai', 

the [\iru lase i- ; . , , 
'■'•■■ a (emalc ailwne> i,a.«v,' 
•.'"inler Hudson rrbrn't i 

"""••"-' • ■' ■■.ml 

lelv 



crude and 
sluhhornness 

S'fiiv we'll 
n III 
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I" sensitive movie",*" 



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•Mih 

I. k in 

iJit' emiy 
s PMrfmelv 



Mant 



-;•' . whieh 
■>i-iin, !ir. i 
dillermi ■ 

like Revnohis. h> 

U ■ nc,. 



Fur «hai ii s snyrih, *hi<h 
really ijn'i much. Bcailv nves a 

lairly decent perform. iii.c lle 
may he the only other redeem iri,i: 
mialilyah>ui ihe movie iihe lirsi 



sariasiK). when viewing ihiii 
^ la-ssiv the audio w.is out of sync 
-*'■)• ihe v.deo. Thi.s. although 
"'" mieniional, was one of the 
Ivsl parts ol the r,lm, 

I or those ul you who read 



did 



1 I: I I 



Nine L-i 
'si'lcom.,:, «'h,[,,. 
"fatly enters ttie 
prosccuiing Disir 
J.imcs Hielts U, 
Ivsimd any doubt 



■■'■■iiii.ilH'. hu 

■'^ arm 
■ ^^•d 



thai she has 



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Te 



Burt Reynold, ., J,,,. p„„ 



with promis,' .a .strong plot, lis a 
shanu: movies can no! live hy 
pill! alone. From here on oui, ,i 
givs down hill (aster th.in Great 
AnKTica's 'Amenean Fjjflc." 

Joe Paris tBurl Revnoldsi 
IS a ptilice officer who has K-en 
«u.spended lor unncce^s.irv 
violence. During his susp.-nsion, 
a fellow top visii> lo explain 



Hi"»er lijs nevei 
voumay askqui-Mi • 
iiiLiiic ever mtasi m this 





has sonic 



Therrti R 



( Bdiiy ,n Ph,,t<.«| fMdrntt 



'■>emg a plot 
ri.Hemi.in, 

The Sireen-wriier. Bill 
Phillips. h.id hetler pray („r 
.S.via! .Seeuniy With a flare for 
iieatn,- l,ne< \,U: Ru>scWs 
leaser, I'an, , jn I vmi do 
anything riphi stated m helu 
tlumor alter shooiinj; the had 
Suy . lia.s cinched F'hilNps a 
special plate in the "Momc Hall 
"f Has-Bcats," 

Aside from [he many hue 
aiirihuies to tins hu ol q,ul,iy 
cnieiiainment <ses. 1 ,jm tvini; 



my reviews regularly, you may 
remcmtxT my review of Dead 
R"i|!*rs Hvcn though I gave 
crcilii lo the wrong production 
company (ii was a 20lH Cenlury 
relea-sc. not an Orion) I rcuUed 

the movie. -I>cad Lingers (like a 

had ta.ste m your mouth)." 

' feel this movie is ako 
*""hy of .such an honor, 
henceforth I shall refer to this 
movie as Physically Dense 
criougli .vuj. 

(And this IS gcnenxis) 




4 



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Entertainment 

. Music worth looking into; 

Recipe for Fishbone delight 



siati Writer 

RtCIPE... 
FISHBON.!;'' 



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r*rO ~ SECRETARIAL SERVICES 







■.\ I* ii> virummint' 
ihc IS the onlv rcil Mirpri" 



i ; r, 1 »rikT ol any I't Hk' ^""g* "" I*"" 
llMjin 

r\r.. ..,. .1 ' ■ . L IS (he only 

■ II sifc. 

' ' I ; I \|.i(ill.^|lUllHMl 

.ill!- iMii ;i^ ! said 
■■11. ..111 the 

I Pin Jl III 
.Jlist" Uii: mjicrial 
I's very gtxnl. 

; iLiys. whon even 

. 111. Ill i*ani lo athievc a 
......! I. It a i>e» allvum. In 

iLilly ri-irc^limg m 

, iMiliniiin;? il>. olj 

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Miictiues Brer looking 
for singers 

|l> ^rntl \rt«ll 




I'dllor 

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il'i^oi. Ill iiiiri^e'.' I.'iit:ri 

- I ^ n I K' 1 ' ■ I I. ' . I '^ rii,,' iW H 

■J*:t(ues Brcl w ali»c a'xt 
nclUml liviiiR in Pans" (Bteh 
Harper's s[irm(5 musictl. may 
offer you your big break., 

Brel I* a «Tiei «f aNiul 
itn;s. each tellinf; 
. 'l li. l.i IS liltlc to 
iirsl sel of 



.1 iTllV I IV 

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.luililuti!'^ '■■'■• *■'«*>■! 

(KTliiniiaiu..: only , (XcleraMy with 

,1 vli'tli.m Iroiii ll»e *i:.w. 

Ttie .:.i'si "' •■ 

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Thf HarhinaiT Fel>riiiir.v 2, 19W 



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February 
Happenings 




.III 

i Vfcj High 

1.' p. til,. Ukt, ,'t ■,.,.U„,,,;:i 



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S niiougli I < 
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Wildly;_ 
Entertaining! 

>t»j ai» « Cir.gw inflivau*! witn loads o» lai»ni All you "••<) .s ihe 
■■ghi place lo jitut ^u' slu" to show youf 'are Dtand of en 
•nus.asm Put o«i youi sala/i nal ana com« to Suscf Gardens 

P lOfida s most enttrtammg and •XDtic adv«n(yre oaffc ' Ev«ryone 

-till tw lusi Mvik) about you We proTxsa' 



AUDITIONS A INTERVIEWS 

Sunday. February 5 1989 • 9 a.m.— 6 p.m. 

PALMER HOUSE 

17 E Monroe Street • Chicago 



Singers and Dancers 

.Vee iearc'-i.n.g uzi -'-at« Ana lemaia teature aancef^ and tc stfont; 
Singers <»no also dance «eii Singers should prooare iv«o short seiectwr ■ 
(tiallad and upiernpo) Bring sheet music or .nsirumemal bacngrouod cav 
^ette '^ YOU' oesi «ey Accornpan.st and cassette recorder provtdeo 
Dancers snouirj or<ng dance att're and have a 2 m.nuie preparer: 
cnoreographed piece showng rr^ovement and versatility Singers t)e pre 
pared lo dance -"" ■"—' • ■ 

Musicians 

We seek musicans who play primary and secondary instruments— plus 
Accordian players Tuba Percussion and Brass piaysrs We are also loon 

ing lor musicians *no are experienced -n dance movement marchin' 
band style You snouid prepare two stxi't selections 

Comic Actors 

Prepare a, : 01-1 cmonotogue ? minutes long oi appropriate material itiu 
may Be requested to perform an improvisation Ethnic dialects are help 
tul and may also Oe requested 

Variety Performers 

Magnnani .;i>3W^ ar>o -^iTies *no pr»sen| sircfling street pertormances 
should prepare a snort -outine demonstrating your sp•Clal^ 

Technical Personnel 

Looking lo' e«per'enceo sMge managers smiled sound and lighting iecr> 
"icians stagehand-; >.- kt ,■ ii..^e4 and dressers Be sure lo brmg you ' 
Current resume 



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Club 

News 



.i.;ii aiul 12 fini , HU 
A lijnii- Rixini 




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BUSCH 



cownwpfn 



ITS NURSING. 

ANDMUCHa 

MUCH MORE. 



.ire tiuick tmeil wxi htjw 
miKh tr nir.iiv, tn h;i\^» rhc- 
pr«tii" •■.lofk'nif 

''" ' ini, vi-ith 

liC OlIuTs 

want to !wj: 

Alonuu-ithhcins.in 
■'■!'■ '■ li-.iJfnhip 

■itmuingeduca- 
""I't itKBial 

ruir^i: jrid 

COnVf|;;;,,i;x 1 1 „ ,1 thf vju 

Mt' fxpiTicncc 1 if untiiiij; 
vi'ith .HI exix-ptioiul tx-alth 
.-.in- team, och member n 
-iislicaced vdumetT, 
Learn iTW're.iKMJt 

•IcxiWr-vfu-a,:!,:-.,- .-i.l 



KALLfOUCAMH. 

ARMY RESERVE 



Resume Package 



• One Page 'lipi-H't Kesiiine I OlllY 
Disk witli Resu II H' Stored I $25^0 



Open 24 Hours 
882-5532 • 



kinko's 

the c()[)\' center 



Upcoming 

— ___J P- 

I SCHOLARSHIPS 



■ntcTc arc mjmy sctolanhips. 
"Itcrcd 10 Hirpcr Ciillege 
iiudcntx, lor (iwrc traformaimu 
stop by ihc Finantal Ait) OfSks 
M A-HA. 

SS$$S$I$S$JSSSi 

linivenlly of 
Wisconsin- Park-side 
Acadvmk'Taient 

Scbolcrship 

■fliif .K:Mars,htp is dpcn lu 
high tchmil ieniors. adult 
"iiude:!*. Mil trmnkt Jiinkms 
who hivt ik:in(>R«iii3it extcllcm c 
*i»h a mmimum G.F.A, of 10, 
Applicams m,iisi al» <lcmon,srt.l«: 
out Handing cilracufritular 
invotvcmem m ubml and 
ciHiinunify. 

TV awanb »try. frtMi pmaS 
m (ull luirion. and. lomc arc 
rtnc*aWf li» up m four ytim. 

AppltcaiHMii an avilaWc in 
the Fiwiiitial Aid Oflke im. A^ 
Jft4 

AppJicjtiiM dtadlinc it 



Illinois Sheriff-,' 
Association 
Scholarships 

The Uhnort SherilTit' 
AssKiaiion plam to award 111 
luilHMi scholarships of i 
itMiiiinumof SSWcjch, 

Each aippl»c»«(, muM K- a 
pcfTOjncni rcsidi-m of an 111 imm 
ewnty thai a piriicipatinjt m the 
AivA-iaic Mcrohcr-ihip program 
"' ihc lllinoK SheiiffV 
A.»»m.-ui|,„n, Appticmi, ,„„« he 
eligible to aitefliil a vocaoonal 
Wming pfognim m miuiutmn of 
highci Imn.ng in ihc Stale ol 
lllinoH a-^ a full-iimf 
undcrgnid'iuw: •itiidcnL Tl'irrt k no 
rcstfii-tjon as lo ihc course of 
5tudj'_pimued., 

The stholarships viiil be 
awarifcd hascd on the applitam'x 
ahlitj, mtm. charai-kT. sintcniy 
of pnrpoi*. and' finiK-ial need in 
reKhteigWs^gOill. 

ApulicaiiiiiM ,mj „„iai,te ,„ 
*« r..nant»t Aid Office m A^ 

... *t»l»"c»li"ii draillinc. i-t 

Wedweidaj, lebruar* M 



SSiSJJSSiSSSSSS sssssssssssssss 



Roiar.v DislricI 644 
Vocaiiomi Scholarship 

The Ro'lary tJjsinti W4 is 
offering 10 scholafihipj up lo 

S1.(K» each to young pc<jpte in 
Ihcir distnct who plan to prepare 
ihcmstKes (,,r careers *hich 
require less ihan the ifaditumal 
hirabunaic degnx* 

AppJicanls must In- a hij-h 
schoijl gniduaic. under \t m-dts uI 
ige, reside in Distnci MJ ' and he 
enrolled as a full-time studeni in 
a vocational degree oi teriiticatc 
(JTOgram Ttic award may he used 
for luitntn Bnoki, lees, 
instrumenii. ux>ls. and supplies, 
ami mast he used within 2 years 
o( ihe dale of ifte grant. 

Applications ire availabte in 
the Finmcial Aid Office m A- 

Appliealinn deadline is 

Friday. March 3. iH<> 

isiissssississs 

AlMian Brothers 

Medical Onter 

Auiiliary Scholarship 

The Atesian Hrothcrs 
Medical Center Ausiliary u 
offering the Health Career 
Scholarkhips f,„ tmum of Ihe 



Th* llarbjnfer Fcbruar* 



I9W-W school yciir. 

Applications are availaWe to 
any students attending college 
thai plan a career m ibc health 
field "^'ou can obtain an 
applicainvn in the Financial Aid 
(Mtlce. riMini A 'M 

Applicaliun dcadlinr is 

March 20. I«g«. 

SSSSSSSJSSSSSSS 

Arlinglon Heights 

Nurses' Club 

Scholarship 

Mic Arlingion lieiglits 
Nurses Club is offering a 
•«choliirship to siiidenis who have 
heen accepled or .m: uirrrml) m 
an approved nursing pnyuni 

This s,.hoiarship i,., open i,i 
residcrUMit \rlingum Hciihv, 

ApplHai.ons arc availahlc in 
Ihc !■ inane ul Aid Off.ce ,n A- 
■ff.4 

Application dradlinr Is 
ntdnesdai. Mareh sa 
H»ll» **' 

s s S S S S S S $ J s s s s s 
(-EDA Scholarships 

CEDA will contrnuf id ..((t-r 

mm 



scholarships strictly fm low- 
income students who reside in 
suburban Cook County to be 
applied toward the fall. 1989 
semester. 

Each applicant must be a 
high school senior, high sehcxjl 
gfadualc. or cqmvalent at the time 
of application Appbcanis must 
he enrolled or planning to attend 
an Illinois accredited institulion 
of higher education or 
occupational training. 

Applicaiioni arc available in 
the Financial Aid Office in A- 
'' (i-l 

Applicalion dradline is 
fridav. March M. ]«k9 

s s s s s s s s s $ s s s s s 

^'erchandising Student 
Scholarships 

Each year the Bi/arre Club 
gives three scholarships to 
merchandising student* f« dub 
panic ipauon. 

Anyone inicrcsied in 
spplyinj; should sign up in the 
lashion depanmcni loeaicd m H- 
1 14 

For more information call E«. 

2^ 19, 





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The H;.rhin,:.r Krbru^r, :. I'W<* ..^.^Tm^ 

piaaMilied Ad ffalti 



Slttdmnt p»r»onafa up 
to S lima ar» FRff 
Stu dtnl fion 

eom'irmrciMl claMsif'eda 
•r« $1. up to 4 lln»» 
ol print Comm»rcial 
cto» »*'<•«• «<■» S4.S0 
for 4 tinea of print, 
meh aaaitlonal Urm is 
$ 53 

DEADLINE FOR PERS- 
ONALS AND CLASS- 
IFIEDS IS 13 NOON. 
FRIDAY 

HELP 
WANTED 



ADVERTISINQ.CUE,RK 

Immpdiate opcriipq tnr a 
deiail mint,Jt"'i:;) indiv .rii.-il 
wilh good '■■■"■ ;•.■■■■: r ■■ .'ii 
Skills and <n '■■;• r- '.T' '■':i 
abflity. Hours arts Mono.iy 
FfitJay, 4pm,-7p,m Fot 

more mloi" • :' ' 

call the [■■ :'■ 

70-3 722 



ALASKA NOW HIRING 

Logging, const., iishmg 
nurses, tearhcr? e\c 

(niormat.i,.. : 

748-7544 e«t A 4:*3 



mainta,nance: 

Selt motivated 

inidivitJual n*>pd. 

Willi '■■;■ ■ ■ ' 

dutif,- 

buildings. ■ 

weehd;iy'! • 

For 

pleas! . . 

at 870 37.22. 



- _ 

UJflNTED FOR SALE FOR SALE ""SONni 



^■teduie 
'I oaf. 
• i;'::ir» 

■U-MlCl 



TRAVEL COORDINATORS 

NEEDED 
Paid' on mmmisslon basts. 
or 0"" ''*• "ip Uenefils 
Coolaci Dave # 543-5910, 



PART-TIME JOBS 

SS.90 

iflihotif. National c 

,.,,nnnin,-ic 1(1 Jill : 

■'1 markelmq 

..^^^ a! irainees, 

service and order work. No 
e«p. n,»c. Can work into 
(uH-lim,e. Call 882-6013 



GOVERNMENT JOBS 

$16.040--$59,230'yr. 
Now Hiring Cal! ' ' " 
687-6000 E«t 
for curr,em ledef,a. .--.; 



HE,LPW,ANTED 
Domino's Piiia Earn $8- 
10,' he. Deliver ir»g pizias 
In soutlietn Palatine. Call 
705-8404. 



" B,ABYSITTER 
Thursdav 



Sick ol try ' 'Id a 

baby-siller ■' ,.,..„i,i, .■.. co-op 
with me., E«,cli,ange ot hours 
only. C-'i" '-'<it-04'i7 



GOVERNMENT HOMES 

From $1, (U- repair), T.,! 
deii-rtquent proper' 
Repossessions. Call BC/- 

687-6000 E:«l. GH-10' 
lor ■ ■• ■ ' i>o 'IS' 



GOVERNMENT SEIZED 

■■ ^!es tro-m $100, Fords. 

.-fdes. Corvettes. 

- Surplus, Buyers 

805 687-6000 



i uS,3. 



BUaNt,t>t. *-" « !SA,LE, 

Established cuslom dress 
making & alteraiion 
business tor sate in Lake 
Zuricti 540-5550, Ask 
loi Mar-y Details by appi 
only. 

Condo For Sal* 

Willow Creek. One 

Bedroo-m, 99 1 4547 



19B5 CHE VET 



FOR sale: 

Can you buy Jeeps. Cars. 
4X4's seaed in drug raids 
for under fJOO-i' Call lor 
fads loday, 602-837 
340!, EXT. 426, 



PERSONAL 



ANTINOID II40VEMENT 

Drasltc measure^- ■■"" 
-1 ceded' Alt those 

,.,„.■,„,,, ..!f.d lo dodtit 1. .; 

,,-■, ■ • ■ :-f! a hint, "Noid 
Ls-i,tsii,.„,. are on order' 



Jan», 

Happy Birthday. I tiope you I 
don't mind going out with a| 
leenager I love you. 

Chricl 

Jat. 

If you know who you ar« 
and know wtio l am, then 
you must know how much 1 1 

love you' 

CRBJ 

AL-ANON 

Meelings will be held on I 
campus on Tuesdays For 

more information about 
this support group, contaci | 
Heallh Services al exi, 

2626. 

CONDO TO SHARE 
I'jan non smoking male to 
I are 2 bedroom condc 

w'same. $250. /mo 

Includes all utilities. Bob. 

459 3.294. 



Here's to the Boss on his Birthday: 

Love, Mo-m, the Dtrector, and Everyone 



1.1.) 

Rf' 




-CL/i 3 2 IPiEI^ .AD 



SfJf. 

Use protection. Be alert 
Kids are born from |ust one 
squirt. 

Gloves "Ft' Us 

.EP-TJOH O'KD'B'R 



S[i„.di;ni Pcrstm.,il • I,'!' u '5 l„iiits> I'l*'''!- 



,N{Hl-:Stu.i, ' '■[> 10 K l,ii,i.--„ Si *'(i 

.'VJiliiionjl Iti- 



SERUICES 



HIRING 

Government jobs your 
area. $17,840 $69,485. 

Call 602-838-8885 Ent. 
R7758 



GENERAL WAREHOUSE 
A PRODUCTION 

Full lime ' parl-lime. 
tlexibte hours; competitive 
pay. No experience 
necessary. Apply m person 
2694 American Lane. Elk 
Grove Call Louie © 860 
9111 



CHILD CARE 

Loving child care providers 
needed lo live -in with 
Napervitte. Illinois area 
lamilies, Ekc salary 
benefits, travel, 

CAa COLLECT 

NAPERVILLE NANNIES. INC. 

312 357-0808 



LEGAL SERVICES 

FREE CONSULTATION 

lor all your legal needs 
includes. DUl. personal 
injury. divorce, real 
estate. Phone 517-2600 
Eves, and weekend appis. 
available. Law Otitces ol 
Becker & Becker. 600 N 
Meacham Hd 3rd floor. 
Schaumburg 

I1PINGSERVC& 
Typing done oul of my 
home. Fast, accurate 
typing. Term papers, 
reports, etc. PicK-up and 
delivery available. Call 
LaVonne @ 519-9841 or 
leave a message. 



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Sports 



Th* HarWoRcT February 2. imt 



pas* II 



The 1 At.f.S, .■■ 

Mclnn'ofil.iii I'T 

:v nmputt in the 
t;!j..,.ifci,:il3n£j area, IJ.,M,1»,S, i* 
the largesi ami mosi jictivt- 
haw+all uiiii'ire organ i.«tion in <i"<.l I'ct'nur', 

usignjt umpires flan: . 
'j.i,Mk. high schooJ, part Fur moi-.: 

di'-i.nci, aiKj local college gaiiiei( coniacl Kiin V 

in hMh the spnn| in summer. 'WW. 



• ■ inieri7sti"il in le.aming 
iptft- I'Uher bawhallof 

i>ti.ji!. \cven'*ccli iriiining 

w»«i(MM (ull be jMriiiij;' nil 
r-ctaiary 1 .?• at < 
(igh Sihi'n 



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Hawks Play "Hard Ball" 



Bolt named sottball coach 

rrm rtlmw Trnnr. (•>,.i,.'1i n,,m 

With ;> vf.a.r'i e»(X'fii'ik.:' ,.t, B.iti li,.i,l U-,.: i..',.iitK (.).. ^ 

' Villegc C«»rtlinaKir and rijuor 
t Athteiu- Dircclor. H. ■.tin iIir;Mi:vr i.l 



"Tm iiarmij mth a ,.■ 
nuJein " -viii.) Hull "t i.-.'i 



Ht l..u«i \(iiHri 
Hiiin Writer 

ll'ii m.)l Hlifii thai a vi.i..K'lt 
will li!:!l you hii team played 
hard after lo»,inji hy 2(1 pomn 
Such ».!•> the 'cj-.,- i.i'vi 
l'huf\d.n nii.'hi, ..<\ !I.ii-|h.t t.«>li 

'''"" " " ' ilw touiiiry., 

I the *i.ri> (i»r 

•'.■ game. A 

^|>iin..s . a pair 

: ;hr \i->,..kh,.-N. 



! UinutNl v,c l!lj)cd lufd 
against ihc Im-st leant in ihe 
■■■■'■"irv.." i,umni>-.' ■ '" ,.t 

'. Bill f«ri*M 

Kin...... V .11 .. 

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H;mVv pi'miarii-rilK 
fvi.-nnuny gro'* in . 

III ri,.-i.'i<.iiip trimi 
x!ltijit and K'.u Ji'l 



J *ilj and wiwly atrair as the Iteothrrm. lino 



Hawks saw a 15 ixyint shrink to 
i*o before ihc Hawks » ere able 

'ii [itill away with victory 
'■■•■'■"".1 I'tavis Peny's .^g f^„„,^ 
i'^ling ?1 for 35 from the 



Attention!! 

Women ami men uf [!ari>tT (Mlege 
Show off Whal )«>ir'«- r—t 
1 1' you art imcrcsicd in apfwannp 
>wims,uiiis.s.tica>m;»ct the sfxirts,;.. . 

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Pre-marital Blood Tests 

!.r. ':',.|iU'i-.,-l J« 'HiI"!..!.! ;iu!« i..J» 

Low-Cost Woman's Haatlh Car* 

Pft'gfwncy testing & referrals 



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'E,lm hurst College 

Information Dav (or IVtmsfiT Students 

Fi'brudrv •». 1989 

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon 

Colli'ijf Union Ruildinij 



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Uj Lini \mmt 
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Hicljuly Hawks cm' 
*ilh lllinui*; Vdllcv 
Thiirstby ctmlil Kn. 
be'cn 1*0 games m ,, . 
frni, wtiK'h liiMfd a 111,,,, 
>!' m<nuii-^ w.,i, ., 
KiiitfsiiMt j;.,imc m V. 
i^n,i," h„(,i„t i* lt*j(J i"f| [I, 

'<>"'•' poiriti and 11 
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"'t'l ilif game wlu,' 
J i'n(iri(\,ii,:\l ,,it [I 
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Tltt l..a.ly ,Hj»is n,,;,.. ,,|,,;,,, ,,, 

I'li il'ii; Icjil hjLl. j,i 17-16 

■1 fatly Cjmchob made tKt- 

■"1.1 of !i iwo-sticic foul. The 

Aj>ji,lk:"v UKik the lead had on 

■'"■I'Js ilii,r.l ihrcC'i'MTinicr in 

'■ iVa 19-t7 lead with 6:52 

Thai ,A,pat-hc lead didn'i 

'-«,-i <*<■> mtnuiei when hack lu 

hack (laskcis t»y Amv Ktwiol 

tmueht M;irp,-r Ku:k',n fnnil. 

■'"■ ''■■' >'■''< ■■'•■t.-d Willi 
t«nit 

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lh;ir 

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'" ■'• " 1! *hc:n 0'l,»orioj:h,uc 
"■"">'-"'l ■> '-iHH in ol'l ih,,- flj,,^ 
Id make ,i[44„4't 

li was hen- ihui 11,,,- ..,.,ii> 
tvgan 10 lip ,n IV\ u^.n The 
AiMchct wowkl f!(. on .,, is..' 
mil in Ilk- fin.il (,>,,,■ niiiiuii:-.. 
'-.I'urii' !t...' t-imo iTK-n Iti.- 



run WHS highlighted by J„d(|s 
"«mti and lifih ihrcc-pointer's 

"I the night. An OTXiooghuc 
^Ui-kci with :,:47 left gave the 
L«Jy Hawks ihe.r final ,H,„nis 
01 ihe .game. 

Forthelj.lv Ha>*ksHwas 
another l(,,,s m which they 
failed to get the pbdimt- under 
pressure. The loss brought 
iM-ir retord to a dismal IK in 
games that iheUdv Hawks test 
t>y ten points or less. 

"We hlc* our ci:x)l dow-n 
Ihe stretch. I thought *e had 11 
«jKn the hig g.rl fouled out 
I IV Center Ann Mailer!, b;:' 
"f ..ml.li, 1 i.:ci iiic joh ,j,„ 

^''cinal.l.ut wcgotudonm, 

itun try." said IrjisUaied Head 

C lach Tom Tcsc-hncr 

Tucs>;.„ , (h.,. I .Kh 

Hanks u, ,,|,j ..n ^ 

viCHMjs Ihu*, |,.,„i n.irragcwul 
last minute three [luint hamfs 
lu b»!ai Jolitl W.'^K Pasejl,. 
nTV>nghik\.'Xlaliliew.i> |„, 
Hart**, 




Chicago sports rap-upl 

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H> Ki-iiB I He, 
^: 11; Wnirr 

MklMrl .liirdan 

.mi'ihff huskctb.ill niu, .., 
Phi,ladclphi.i \>, h,:-ii he v i>ri-. 
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" ill < fl .1111 111 rl.nn 

,'i'!.ir . (!, Ml, . were not 
' li- ,..•" Hulk 
•.■r% 
---'■■■ ■ ■•> |'lJ.l^ uinum.ied 

when they tame home and 
inwneed Hk Washmgion Bullets 
1 17 to lev, i„ up there rreord lo a 
fill! 24 and 16, The Bulls lake on 
D<:lroii and Saciamenlo ai tome 



ilii'* *n-k then are ofl' lo Houston 
'■ii;lii (tame. 
h i e a e i» Brack 



night Ihe ,Hawks destroyed 
■loronlo 7-1 10 lean- ,hi; tellar 
I'hc Hawks uke i'.n Winnipeg at 
home ihii week, and with 
Denni* .Saiard and Doug 
Wilson out for ai least iwo 
more weeks the Hawks ate g.^ing 
I" have to rely on new goahe 
Alain Chrvrier who has been 
impressive in the net. 



' >i>e l.iM nule oii the loothall 

■' ( hicaRo Ikars coaih. 

vt.k. I)itk.i led ihi- NIC over 

■ * in this ycirs 

''"' Bi'wI. iusl 

■•■'^< '.iiMnio. Randall 

iiingli.1111 of the r-ii^-lcs was 

n.iiiied.\1\l'otU»cganH' 

Congraiulalions i.i llarrt 
C»raf for being indua.,,1 m iiii- 
hisehall Hall of Fame \ uu put 
Chicago haschall on the map. 
Queslion: 

Who arc the Cubs going lo 
play in Iclt and center fields'' 
Why cant ihcy get a strong left 
fielder^ Why. Why? 




HRBinGER 



Williaoi Ratawy Harder Colltgt 
Palallif, Illiaait 



Fcbruarjr 9, 1»«9 
VOL. a NO. 17 



National Condom Week 

educates the public 



Slafl Writer 

Acquiml bnmttne Deflcicncy 
Syndrome (AIDS), gonorrtica. 

chlamyiia, and syphilis, all 
MMlMin Kxually trjinimiltcd 
diMHSCs (STD»), may resuli in 
scrioas illness and .wmctimes 

diiiih. Naliemal Condom Week is 
apooKiliim ID educate die puMk 
on (lie |ira|Kf ue of condoms m 
a mcan.'t of |>n>icction against 



MedMxli of pioinotion em- 
ptaaniie infoimatioit. innovaiion. 
fisuat imtfcs, and education 
ttirouih humor with a limerick 
CMMM. 'Building humor imo a 
MiMlimei embarrtssinii: topic 
givcj people a legitimaie reason 
lo giggle or laugh,* tnfoniis Ittc 
Cniidom Resource Cealcr. Inno- 
vKivr approaches draw pariki- 
panls into activUies about STO's. 
AIDS, and fnegnancy. 



STD's arc infections you 
calch through leiual contKl. 
Harper College Nurse Becky 
Sanieler esplains students' atti- 
ludcs toward STD's: 'Aboui one- 
third of the students have the It 
will never happen to me ' 
atiiitide, others do not ace STD's 
as a problem: and otlien accept 
ihcm as a fxi of liFc' 

coalinacd on pafc 1 



Any oTlilMe STDacan be BHuminad Ihwugh leaual itmUKl (including vaginal am) anal imercowise aiMl 
Qili'piillal caMaa) wilb an iiifecKd panner who may or mity not have sympionts. 



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Poaiible problcmi 

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pvkK IMU ml qa liinat 
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Kim 
Noonan's Fight 
aoainst i«uk«mia. 

Pag« 3 



Utto appHcanlt 

out by ••rllcr 



Employees recognized 



ALLSTATE 
GRANT 



IS* Peltr Siili) 
SiBffWrlt.r 

Atlstiitc Iiisiifanie has 
iii»;ir.l.-.l H.,rn,T a S25,iO!S grani 
''■i npiitcT worlihop 

ff" ... ".i.li ■:!., TIu- cram, 

till' iargeii t^ .1 by 

Harper CrilJegc , im of 

Tom ThtMipsou, Cixjiilnuitor of 
Disabled Student Services 

Thompain first propnwd the 
pljn 10 lliirpcr'5 Educational 
J-i Hinilalioti explaining ii would 
Ix-nclii more than 50 students, 

Ray Descry, ihe foutnlaiion's 
i,-\i\uiivi' liifiTUir, rccogru/ed llic 
(Mop.it\al s importance and 
di.Kussctl II Willi Rohen Leiliold, 
President. Allsiaic Business 
Insurance, and a foumlaiion 
nicmlx:r. Ixibold and IXvcn then 
approached AIL«ilc. 

•"We hatl a good idea. They 
( AllsiaicM wMld make a donation. 
Our proposal fit dieir needs and 
Ihcir standards of how they 
usually donate,* commented 
Di:very. 

picvcry wasn't surprised by 
AILiilalcs donation, "we knew we 
had a good sell, a dynamite 
(WDpcisal.' 

rontinucil on pate 2 



: A trend 
that is supposad to 

corttinue and omild 
gat wofsa. 

Paga S 



No cltanev lor an 
Oscar 'Hor Alilil' 
stilt tntsrtalnt. 



Paga 7 



Who ara tiia paopla In 
III* noighborhood?. 



Paga 17 



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iMMnnnnnMnamiMai 



By ll«na tsa 
News Editor 

Anniversary awards were 
given 10 74 employees who 
uitallcd 515 years of service lo 
HanKr College, These dedicated 
employees were honored at a 
ceremony held l-ehruary 1 . 

ftaident Thompson npcined 
the cerenMjnjes ami pR-sctiied Vice 
f'rciKleni of Academii ,'M'f.,iir> 
Diivicl Williams with an .i*.ir(t in 
,irp""tiaH'>n ol his IS years 

In turn, vice presidents 

.rA,ir,ied C'ai-h employee m ihcu 
itr. i.%Kins wiih a service award 

Biisiness/Sociii,! 
Science's 
Twenty Vcars 
Don Cohen Lester Hook 

Bill Miller Frank Oliver 

Ten Years 

Dennis Btennen 

Hal ma Polakow-siii 

Liberal Arts 

Twenty %>ars 

I ''Mi',.' t ,ilim Ei, LecOwfiis 

i-iduk Siiiiili Gil Tiemej 

Ik* 'lilltitsi:™ 

Irarninj; Kesourcf 

(fnlfr 

I».TIU \r,irt 



I iflren Years 

1 '. ■ i - . : . ■ • Ml Lrntni; ,Jo(>n (' "iil Uian 
live Yrars 

l-fii Ryan Mark Su-flcn 

Karen ("vans 

I ife Science/Human 

.Services 

Twenty Years-Marilyn Shaver 



Filtten Years 

LeaBannw Pai Bouritc 

Ed Dowfls Lola Snmh 

Carol Ncuhauscr 

Hve Yean 

Jane Allemlorj* Manmne Holi 

Physical Flducatiiin. 

Alhk'tics Jk Recrvalittn 

Twenli Veari - Bob Nolan 

Fi»e Years 
M.irv' Strama NaiKy Bninkc 
lifcref ("viik SKcnlyii SurcrH 
Technical, Malh, 
Physical Science 
Tmienty Years 
Iiic Bauer Mike Caroll 

Meyer RudofT toe Vohansm 
Ten Venr-s • Teresa Bachara 

Five Years 

Boh Campbell fiina C«ildheig 

Print Shop 

fifteen Years - Pcit-i Can 

Ten Y'rars • l-orel Kelson 

Academic Affairs 

Twe,nty Years - George Voegcl 

Ten Years - Chuck Ha,rTini,;ti,>ri 

Learning Assistance 

(enter 

'few Y'eiirs - Vlikc I ,.:, 

CAD.'CAM 

Ten Y'ears Linda ri,mM 

Wtiini'n's Prtigram 

Ten Years - Uetiy BriMikei 

Special Sersii"*-* 
Ten Years .■ f'.i' 

five Vt.i.'. 

.hian T«im,ey Carol luckei 

(Jiinlinuing 

Fitucation 'Program 

S'Cr vices 

.Rvf Years - Dawn 'SpanntaU 

Academic Computing 

Five Years - Geciha Muntiv 

cnntinned on pate 2 




'The Harin«f«r leam, Oefl w nshn S'ik Heme, Sa>u N««H. Tin Vaughn md 
tone Rny di,»cu»» m «»ww during Co!lc,({e Bowl t«>nipMii«>n,(tmi p'lctuted: 

The Harbinger represents 
Harper at the College Bowl 



n> Sutan Rerne Pcredo, Munish Bansitl. amlErik 

SiafT Writer Johnson) I 15 to >X) in the first 

Ihe llarhmger-. College giimeand 150lo .Win ttie stxond 

Hii*l Icim comi'K'tcs against 1ft game. 
.,!(.,.,. ■iin,.,r colleges ai Elgin 

College al n«jn Ai i. Kv-i:i,.n;il 

" ihi; Hceinnal ..vmi'vn!!, ' , iii,|...,'i,. 



'■"' II' 111,). iiwH ol |,lie 

i.. eainr of ^'Cneral 

..II li 
. every 
,jL. .11 11.-11 ill. ,iii„-.j i-.irij;iiii; in ml his- 
tory i,o s(»ru. 

The l/tirhingfr Team iif 
Susan Ilcrnc, Si on \ci.ll, i .'m 
Nunez. John Suson, and l";iri 
Vaughn qualified for Ihe Regional 
lournamcnl last Thursday, The 
learn defeated the Dirly Rotten 
Scoundrels (Bob Illy. Carlos 



bit:.' I 

Coll., ,,,.,1 

Trillin in ,j .luiilili' i-lunin.iinui 
lourn-imiTii, In ihi.^ loyfiu'incnl, 
any tc-im ioMng tn-o ii.iui..-', n 
immediately eii,minaii'.,l Intra 
imirnamem play 

The Ainnor ol ihis 
iriunuiincni will travel lo Ihc 
College ol IJuPagc at the end ol 
1-cbruary ui compcic in ihc tour 
year College Regional 
loumamrm. 



News 
STD's 



The H»rbiintfr r«liriiiiry ■». 



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life, mi ite ti«imti«i of ntjxinrf 
c«sc:s o* STl>4 ire ripidlv tH" 
creaong.. In 1W7. %UIj*«u:» »ho» 
matt «h» 21.«H'> nV«<-''J '^'"'? 
cmm in tl»c U.S. In m 11 rwiniH 
ptfiod ite fnllowmi »c*. *« 
numK'c inclMlwl » "•■« "'*' 
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R«|ii)iii!«lea«»«»l|ii«*« 

WgS. However. c«M» (« 

nmsl pwvJileiii STO wuh 3-* 
mtUwn p<opk coniiirtini it 

ywrW coMinue lo miciw**. « « 
I of »j|*ilii. 



SIT)'* 

Al«j, on TwMtaj. Fctmiiry 
14. ii nunc (n>m Hcallh Sc«Ke» 
*iil he sUiWmrf in »*■' Clifciem 
to twnd nui (MlkHWs. pjslcri. ami 
piiiipliku *<th informmon 
jltwut STD'.i and tho u« ol 
(xmismt. 

irtai, » if ¥<tu '*""'• '■'"-■"■ '*■ 
irven Ihe iligtesi ch-ince jmn 
have one. g« icsli-d If you ait 
infectud. you e» g,rt trcalrocnl m 
siwt as po*»iblc." cauiujncd 
Santclrr, 

R«icm(>cr.-no one n >m. 
mmt' » STD'i "E*erfiiii* **« 
ic lexwally ■cliw cm »ei ot 
irannnit m STD.* SaMeki 
wuclucfcd.. "Dtjn'i hfi nfraid.- 

Educauon i» yoM bcil 



What are the common STD's? 




fhc mmrii m mm occw Jmii 
(.an. Biwtta BMt **. ■•""»' * 



TUCHOMOMAStS 



AacM mmm. if«fi««n» «*» 
imludr I ««imI dmiklir 

dwwntat *!«».•»«•' 

lAfll «MI« •«> «"fl '" »•* 

■Miii .•»• t*«« ■■•I' »••■ n» 
SMiManH. ta loM ■«> «<r 
SqStaMt « 'r«* dwiMir. . 
■tiMliiil imniiai « • "nniNf 

Mb, nm »we .1 «»»■» P*!^ 



<Mi|«iilw «*iirul ifclwwy m 



|( ■(imw«dl mrf Wti to bbdiki 

jHi^ ui»th«i mfctioro m umi 

HldlMIIMt! 



S„ the chart -What are 
Ihc' €»•■•«• STD'*?". 

8cm|c» liici imjWciiM lisicd 
wtth «<tfc (liwise. STIi'ii may tw 
toicitelmuA "M" yo*i hii.vc gowjr. 
rlica. ihcre i» appnwmMcly • 
50'» ch»nce ym il»o have 
tlklaniydia. And 'if yon havi- 
jYplnli*. the ctancCT of .'' 
hsivtuf (.onorrtea »fe atan '■■ 
n •ell,,' Sitnt Sjimda -.th^ 

tht Hcti sinui. ;.■'■ '•" 
„„., . , '• .preadol5i'l:<*i» 
•MM •iHiitufe.'Ttwwo*' 



Awards 



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Ml 1..<M \U<IM: 

Stuin* filer 

Wltcfl iieo(ite ta* back am 
ih!' I««-8'J Hjipcf IJ^J Hiwks" 

ttiiftg). 

'Owjll will ihow Hcai.' 
(.■oa:l:i Tom TescHncr iMd to* t' 
initlcd: iJic L*ly Mtwits, in ipuv, 
of ■ewkrnic incligibilily Mi4 
miurtes, fmn* m imc'ipwicwed 
irara » i skxiKw leaa in Jhr up 
and comini Re f ten IV 
Wtifiiiiiretiit. 

■If I know Kim, 
she'll beat it; 
she'll kick its a-' 

Tli«y"ll rementbcf hov 
So^mmmt Paicik O'Dcwmsbw: 

earned the lemt in mmv *■?» 
iiiiKl ite rtsi of wnn. Jkvtki|«5i», 
An J. hi'w Frethman scasiuoni 
,\rn> K.11/K1I came Ihnwgb willi 
tiff 't>iits«k *»iiiig »«c» ami 
rcsKoic Harpc'f'* «a»oi» lOd 
ctmlentwe J-jmiiit rxokIi,, iitil 
went m. m IW'OW! on* «•( the 
a>«|!e»ciii-c'i taiJinit xaien. 

Btil the smt ihmg ihey nij>. 
forget, to «lk abom '* '*« '•"' 
ibal llttt iicascw tos been ih< 
ciitinlnalipn t:.l a mmt iwp'""* 

!-icshm.m Kmi Nwwan ami ™"« 
ilic tos fougta »«»«*« Ixulicniu 
for tiM! 1*1 iwti y">" A"'* •"'* 
Ac t» lew ttarn 1*0 months .1* :u 
fwniwluBiiiglbcwai. 

Thtf battle began in mid- 
January 19*T; N(K>nim. a ,jun«:ir ai 
fonani ffigh Stto'it <n fWfnan 
[•■.tjien, along *<m h« older 
sijiw Kathy wck ptoy«| Vaisiijf 
BmkeibalJ ow a team rankwl 
amoiig ilie itiaiii't icip i«n 
;N«MiMii nanetf » I«<1 •«<'. f"" 
AMD am) fatigied. 

Aliei a tltKioc'i fwiiri »n4 
(«:««■ »c>ils. N<*!rfflti''( *orsl frar* 
htcjirn; riMliu, Ihc oUttui 
1 Ji,:jin«:>^i> *.■- I. cuLoma. i t.irm 
■ caniX'r in wtutti itic *HHjy 
.Aei t«i many jbm,nm.il wtuk; 
blood tclh. *l'ii.. ' 
ii»focM»*. ancim,!. jh. 
bketltai. 

Kin) tcrofniti<:-i':« ihi- >1.!'- 
*I*!S ■Jhc arkl tKf iwcnts wcfc 
told l>¥ bcT diKloi ihut *c had 
Uakcuia. Tuesday Januafy IJ. 
19gl. jus« lAf ii »a* yciiieitbv 



Ncxwan. 

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l*io-'|«:>ngciI .ituii *■ 

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, . ' ■ •ntfi I" iarinus 

111 kill abntiimal 

IV,. „ „,.. .,4 ..low Ihcir growll'i^ 

|,i»«i noimal. tclk a cbaik.f \o 

RliitMliice. 

Support"*' tlicfapy from her 
pgmm (Gtmtt amt 'Mairy Ann!. 
the K-it of her family umI friciKli 
■a* easy to find. "Ttof |*»e nt* 
the moM support. Tbey were 
alwayi ll>crc for nic," *h* Mid. 

N«man a.lw look a ihiid 
route.- -aiMeiics.. Sli* ttef.aiJ a 
«ij{ortni« m:hed«i.k.. N.ooiian 
returned 10 tbe baAelhall court 
for Conani her senttn »ca«m, 
ptajimf a leserve role ou thc 
CoofW's" Mtd Suihwhin iJUfm 
Ctianit'" ■ ■ '■' " ' 

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\....r!.m eoowmcil Am ithcdulc. 

.;!.,■ jiiii-tl DO take a trsick al 

Mxl owe thai «.>is™ 

,1.., i-d up her kiikcihill 

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uuii*>!itrc.it>ctt kjr m-r. 

"1 love hei." doclared Bluei;*,. 
"She's a *«y courageous ami 
(kdcaled jierwio..' Bttie(te w.calk 
ihe: lea.iii'« *ii.f>pi:trl o< N«»ii,an, 
"We weie alwayt *iih bcr Wc 
;it*ay» ilDOdteide her." Arwdiei 
(ricmI.Frei*liJliTod«l Holmherg. 
..< v-fmrKkni ilui A« can will out 
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Hef Ljuly Hawk ieanmi.i; 
\»vt *1.» nhown ihc-ir suppiwl. 
Assistant Coach Missy Ma.Mvn 
s;:iid. "K.im n a crcdil 10 wooK-n's 
iilhlcucs." While Sophommc 
Pa.scal 0'fXjn<.>t:hin- thmls ihat 
■Kim'i hasktlhiill ['l-iMtig is 
pejl. It's the best ihmK lor her." 

After Si very htu-i first 
remission in February of 'K7, 
Noonan *enl "'tn Iht schwhI .iiid 



Bv l^hn y"itV(ml 



...... 1!; Mafvll "f'tus 

coming MjkIi ' ~ marks itu- 
«a:«ml lull veai of htr rcrmvsioa 

She e»plajn.s ihe signiricance 
ol ihis ilaie.. "If the cancer has 
heen in rtmisston Jor two years. 
you're supposed to be. cuicd.' slic 
said. "Tben you re supposed 10 go 
in fw a bone msurow chak every 
year Irn talking forwiird 10 Ihal 

So arc *e. Kim, so arc «e.. 



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Ncwnan's worst fears 
became reality. 

"After the doctor told m*. I cried. 

Then afiei he loU my pmeiiii. we 
all «tcd and huiijsd each other It 

was II) emoikinal. I kept Hiking 
wysBir'WhyMer" 

A«c«ding to the Leukemia 

Society of Am.erica's (inures, 
65,0(X> Americans wtll be 
diagnosed this year wilh 
Lcukem.ia and related blood 
diseases.. Another 3«,«» will die 
from ihesc dineaies,. bringing ibe 
(owl nti«t»T <«f persons who 



.,i lltUHn. l.K\ll.lui.. Ml 

i.vancc of mtxkrii 

,^,.. „... hCf e'«p.cciancy 

mta'-ases l«o.m one year tv> 211 
vei»s. A cui« I* possihk' il itK- 
I'Milieiil has. a two-year remission. 



I kept asking ■■ 
myseir. why me?' : 

— — a 

"1 believe n'« imptJitant toj 

keep in shape." Nwjiwii mys- m 
She aaned out in a ic«rvt role J 
Oil the hcmch, hut sjkwi found ■ 
hericff in the suning lineup by J 
seme:.sier btak due 10 injury awl i 
academK inc-ligifcd«ty. S 

In l<» games (or llic Ljidy ■ 
Hawks, NooiUMi liiw awragC'd two J 
jxwib. i»o rcfwunds, and two • 
.ivMvf. per game. The suits dcm't 
siiy mm.'h. but its the Inde ihirigs 
ihai nuke her very valuable to 
the team, 

"The big thing is she take* | 
the jwssure off .Amy CKo/iol). I 
(Bui then) we've got to hid* bet , 
>,No.:maj>l. when she geto a liiil* J 
uied, until the catches her | 
breath." Head Coach Tom 1 
Teichna said. 1 

"She's realli a good player ] 
She itac* a gneal .it* for us. She , 
follows difcctions and has gixxl j 
(undameaials. ft really takes a lot , 
of courage lof her 10 go out play. [ 
but she k*«i)i getting stronger , 
and wongcr. It would really he | 
nice if she ww healthy," added 
Ti.»*ncr. 

Her hard work hasn't gone 
unnolked. At Conant. she was 
mimed one of Ihe wn outsunding 
athletes of thel<»»*7-(*fl season. 

The coac:hes gave me a lot. of 

croltt hei-ause it was unbelievable 
how n.iich 1 eoii.U do." Ntionan 
said. To lop It off, she was 
named Homecoming Quccti. "I 
don't know if you co.nsider that 
imp<.<rianl at all," Nooiian said 
nuAsily 

Another khmm fot Noonan's 
Miiccss has been ihe sujipon ol 
her friends and teammates. 
Conant lunior Lisa Blt»ej:e .1 
iwo-year tcammaie of Nwin-in ■-, 
has always bail muhtng but the 



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there? Name tbem. 

ll^hicb Morper clats tponsored 

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Ulhol diteose require* the 

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UlhalTUpertonolilg donated 

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lUhot is autologous blood 

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ttihlch blood cells are 

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As wf approach our Ihircl vtar at Ihirpcr. we 
besin to seek informati-.n about transfer 
schools. We ha»c Tound (hat. h\ now, we have 
limited choices. Man> of the four » car 
insmutions are fillini; mnrh faster than thev 
have in past years. Application deadlines arc at 
hand and some schools have closed enrollment 
entirely. 

Now, it is recommended that communiiv 
college students earn their associate degree 
before atiemptini; to transfer, and then transfer 
into a speciHc program. Don't put off appiving: 
the trend is supposed to continue, perhaps, even 
worsen. l>r. Joann I'owcll has issued an 
mcentive report for chronic prwrastinators (like 
ourselves* listing Illinois schools and their 
deadlines. This list, compiled last Monday, can 
change at any time; colleges mav " close 
enrollment earlier than their deadline. ' 

NHL applications should be received bv 
August I and earlier for the following maiors- 
Business. closed as of Dec. 1; KnginecrinB 
Nursing, Physical Therapy. Feb. IS- 
Journalism, Feb. 14; ( ommuniialion, Feb I?' 
ompultr Science, Feb. 21; ^ind Human & 
l-amily Resources, March 15. 

^ ■ I l ilfrM tllinoii is closed for the fall 

semester but is accepting applications for the 
summer. On the other side of the state, Wester n 
will accept applications until two weeks before 
the fall semester, lllinoh Si«,f transferees are 
encouraged to apply one year in advance. They 
are still open for the fall semester; Business 
majors should apply before Feb. 17. 

. I.: ( fff I in (Tfttfgfg 's deadline is June I, but 
majors in Architecture, Medical Dietetics, and 
^ulrltlon are closed. Nursing and Social Work 
majors must apply by March I. V of / ,, 
L Mrnffd l SB-VrtSfia accept applications until 
March 15 for students with 60 hours of 
transferable credit. 

JUMfthfaUern lllimu' deadline is August 15. 
■*»«* iiii s is .September H. 

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H> Slitt titll 
sun WrMtr 

May I have ycnir ait,.,:iil»™ 
please"' ThH mcctms '.vill ..ann- 
lo orifcr. Ahem. 1 wmild like lo 
hegiri ljy ciiiog » ctas\R- ex^implc 
■of ihe ri« and' fall of a itKk (ami 
Some of yOM mny rrcuH. 
'iMtck when MTV was on Ihc 
ciHIiiii edge of muiic (and a lillk 
more dwing), there was a Isiad 
called The Fim. led l>| ihe 
impO'Ung fi|uie of Cy C^BBiiw. 
Tlr hMd tmc m (anic *iih sm'ti 
jcmgi a* Sawd By /<*"■. "'"' 
TWiif Leali l<» Amthtr. and 
Siuu'/u.'ir m ike StuuU. 

The bind was achieving 
cntical and commercial aciluni 
with iheiT slighdy cosmic bianJ 
of loek and wti. They leaiched a 
high point with the album 
Ph a n 1 1> m t . and (nunJ 
ihemiC.lies mlmg ihc insi nl a 
wi»c of ixjpularay I'haiHomi 
wm one of the best athums <>( 
WM.. 

They weren't gone fnt a 
parttenlarly long t»me,,.i:<*i> 
lean, » le ciact. Bwi for s>nic 
reason, tls« puNic kwt sight o( 
The fm, ,:k".["'ii.i- „i very ,g(H»d 
VM) rfk;.L«. V^'alkahtml. 

An even colder responw 
gicelcd the rcfcasc of the hand'i 
I'WT Uvc alhum cnlitk-d Ri-iict. 
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v"'f .1 hand lo ccmtinue on in the 
i.k,c of ailvcrsiiy. There « a new 
album by The l-nx called Calm 
Animaly. and ahhiiuj;.h 't'^ ni'H 
t|uitc JA tosniK (,M"«rry' t c.iim 
think of a Ixiicr »ii»dl a% i>> 
previous malerul, n'\ *iiH i' 
i'lxx, and u sirll iiuKei decent 
lisleninii Til l.iv money 
h*)*evcr. that it i*i»ii ^^'11 

The I-i,«x's remij Lilui 
(MCA) apparently had no more 
faith tn the band either, btsause 
thts new album is their first on 
RCA Records. 



Cuinin continue i lo wiile 
written hy diummer Adam 
Woods. *ho has (Aviously been 
inspired by Cumin 

The (iPi! single off llie 
,rH>ini. .■- Iir:.frt OuL ll makes 
. .<ni listening 
:■ . ; ,-, ;-'-.!ive that The 
Fi»* still deserves a liitle 
rccosnilion. The ben..r tracks on 
ilie aiftum ate I'm i ' 

t : iiifnce (read I 

tvidcnce). and c jum- i" rtr 
Alarmed. 

Cause lo Be Alarmed i* the 
fimil vmk on the album. As old 



l-iiK fans know, thu is usually 
where the band put* everything 
more than another Vtw song 
which jusi happens in uork best 
a.s Ihe closing innk 

It is eiicouniging lo see ihai 
Ihe band's lineup has remained 
steady Uirough the difficult years. 
It would icem in indicate that as 
long as someone is buying theii 
niuM^ , ihey will coiumue to 

tll.ike I1K»C. 

This meeling is aiJjoumed. 
Rilling of ol 5: %. 




Nitzer Ebb: 
Philosophy in music 



Ry Sl**t mil 
Stair WHtrr 

Bdief. the second alhum 
from England's Niticr Ebb. 
continues lh« biind's elecirontc 
dance music U'aditims. Thcii first 
album Thai Tittal Arc was 
released in f'»f<T and nuickly 
found lis way onto dance club 
Uirnuibles The new record is 
tetter than the first, heing a lillle 
more varied. 

Nit«r lihh " i*o 

iiie». Paul and I '•■ ' "''ce 

fl'oor has tetn n,inif.,iim lo a; 
GUI' Mil, (This IS a band whik- 
-believe u or not.,) They cxplam 
the alhiim title as part of theit 



philosophy. if yim believe 
you can do scimcliiing, then ytw 
can do 11. That's their Btlief. 

Allhoijgh the music hides 
some deep philosophical 



have ' 
i.'ntK'i', 

Not all Uie si mi;-, .«' >.'. u,. 

dance to. Some ni itK;iii .ire 
slower, but Ihey all have the 
heavy drum set that moves 
peopii" '^''■" 'ifsl tingle is 
proh-1,1! ■■i>ng, 

in ., , ..' . ! m llrrr, Ihc 
mngconiinuall) gets a new layer 



of music compiltxl on lop ol the 

prc*'iai» layers, ll stan,s wiih a 
drtimbcai and a kcyh<,>ard riff and 
finishes wilh ten limes thai 

,anx>unl of sound. 

Track *i is called ,?'»' .A, and 

IS based .iii'uiid the Lebanon 

hiiaik <>l .1 'l ^' \ (ct- Blof'd 

deals ssith the hahil thai 

, ii^ts liiive of scp-iraimi; 

pi:i.t|-.lc (fom pi:ick,elhook,s 

All the songs have st)mc 
kwdofrotntii ,' ■nisand 

hie silualion- kulilo 

dig Ihem oui uu> ..■ -ihscnee 

of lyrics m the Imcr notes 
'TIktc's heitci dance music, and 
Ixiter musK withtneiiiiing. 



Although Belitf by Niucr 
Ebb 15 a decent iccord. its 
ceminly not cvcryones cup of 
ica It Ukcs lao long to like, and 
you're nol even sure why you 
like It Then Ihere Is the 
underlying aggression thai can 
easily gniic on ihe nerves. 

f'lnally comes ihe rcaliaiion 
that tbetcs really nothing that 
sticks in your mind, with the 
eicepuon of Control I'm Here. 
Such a forgettable collcelKW of 
music will he easily overlooked 
by most people. 

Raling Out of .V 2 \n 
(.maybe i). 



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Entertainment 



Fehruary 9, H89 



page 7 



No chance for 
Her Alih^ still 




»y text \tMI 
KnlcrlaiiiiiicM fMlnr 

Perjurj I. Ac »ill(iiJ 

Ulling of ii tK whik uiKfer bwtal 
oath or jfrirmalion lo lell ihe 
truth in ii mtiicr malcnal lo the 
poini tii inquiry 2. ihc brciilimg 
of aiy oaih or (wnni piomi« 
Thix. vertalitn <kftniiiai in f'rttm 
IlK MBIMil ccdtage edilKxi of ihc 

Thf* KNiMli ti) me ltk« a 

prcily hciivy chwp;. (M i( is 
ciictly whidi. our hero, Tiini' 
Selleek. ilwss in the hiovk. 



Her Alibi, wliiih is rhc vi.)n 
of a mysjcry novdisi h\ i(k^ 
mmc of Phil. wh<> is cuircmh m 
ncicattvc ilump. In hopes Uiji he 
nMy come up with a mew iflea, he 
takes a field trip M> the iiical 
ccm.rthotisc to vie* wime of ihe 
antes m:t* on trial. 

Enict Nina (Paulini 
Porasknva). a heauiiful young 
Romanun gitt who is the prime 
suspect in si muniet trial. Phil 
fiwll licf case wry minguifiii! ami 
decides lo commit perjury hy 
givtiig iKran alihi. 



The alit'i rum* mil ir !» .i 
ilfwy alM'ui Phil and Nmj j-, 
lovefs, so Nina is (tirccd to ithac 
in With Ititl. (Pcwr Tom, u ihiim 
tsc loush,) Phil start* to g.:t re.il 
nervous aN:«il hcfmntxencr . ilue 
111 some urtiinn)' i ireumsunccs 
4«ich as Sina\ ability to ihto* 
liiivcs ■■ '■■■-;■ ijiim ahtHil 
twelve ■ ...iri.t v\ lliil 

takes [11. , ,. ine.iMiti,". h\ 

li'arrari};iiij! fumiiuiv m sir.iit;(;u 
poMlioin (in Iri.ni >.( his 
tataxmitloxr) 

In the cm] It till Mxis out 
(or the tx-itec and Phil and Nma 
(all iiiiKlly in (led with ra,li other, 

Sellfck has thw ama/ing 
.>• i!ii'. ID lind roles in motion 
['Klines that arc very simitar to 
ih.it of Thomas Magnum, I don't 
blame hini; he does them very 
well, Krilrck ha.s some sense of 
Clonic timing and he cam override 
llic |i«,rfofm,inte with some 
mJiMiiiicss. 

I^»r»ili(i»a m;ikes her itebui 
in this film, but she i\ (ai Irom 
camera shy. She has been a 
model lor many m,a6a/incs 
including anQfltUtanUOl, Her 
piTformance was surprisinslv not 
bad c em Mile n lie ihe nlier less 
"''■ '-ihave 

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AfON 

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Per person / Dh/ Occ 

March iSfh 25fh 

8 D/iYS in NedKIL SAMAiCA 

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'• ^^ llh„K, MHMil^. 

ilriuiMt. llllMib 



^ CjaU'_aflrf„„_wf -n a trio to Jpfttaiea fof j 






'W0OSt: 



an Oscar 
entertains 



I hn,tMi HrinkU't f^„ evening out. The Mo.v is 

I he overall produttii.il ol aiie. the acting is gocxi. and ihe 

ll.r ,\lihi IS quality cmcriain pioi moves. What m<irc could 

mcnt. It IS no Ac,a(k,my aw,ard tinea!*(hr? 
winner, hut it does maic for a 



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ller Vlihi 



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Naked Uim 

,24ftti It) 



Now Ploying Rl... 

Woodfield Thratrrs 



~^Mi»- ■ Teqnllli Sunrlu 

M^*«) 7 10 9:30 
i^^^nii^ 'Twins 

iJ'UPP^.". ; '■'<' ■» ,"» 7 (,10 9.20 

'Actrlilnital Toiirtil 

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Physical l-.tidencr 

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*Atl mt.-vitt rim Iht Iwa n.-.. ,i*.,'h'I Jitrm); the wrnt artpt j*dw» 
marled by * H'hw run a// ,]t'i<imr« dail)> 



Robert BIy to speak 
at Harper 



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When Ri>h«Tt HIi sf»"il,s at 



i!>ly 
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V round (he ltiid> 

iKiiikl .^rnericm Writ. ■ 
ilie V'leinain V^'jr 

Tiernrv v.i-;irs hiler hi,- h.x: 

lUIli. 

call. 

*l'It.. II, •• .',,-.-1!:, I'll :,il,I 

siiliMMtUi III men -. niiiwtru'nl, 
h.nc piuinpled Bly to ci„milij,.t 
workshops ,for men "to gel .i 
sense iif mIs.,11 h ei'ine uri tn,-t,. 



iiu, 11 .iii,,( ihi If 

vve re dealing wiih a t>i|,; 
hi>,i«ical thing here. Men ainl 
» I linen love dtfferenily. In the 
I'.i'M, men v*ere huiucfs, T'hcy 
I IV., 'J iniiMae Ihe village taking 
■ ■ rriOT and Ihe children, 
'nought the ,loo<f back 
ill lite iill.vc, Thu wa^ ihcirway 
l<( shimini; liivc to their 
laniities 



Hut, says the Fulbright 
.SJn>l.,ir iiihl (-iugj:enlicim Jellow, 
.ill h.is ih.inged "Ever since the 
iniIusUi.il revolution, the game 
men biiriK home is called money. 
It s liiud for women to reali/e thai 
Ihe nietnev men bring home is a 
' I . , frif llieiT (.iiiulv 

lliiul - men need lo 

■I "line atlitulalc wilti I'ltiers. 

Men need to learn ho*, lo a,sk 

!.ir ih.nes ihey waiii. For 

if I make great 

.md I don't hear any 

' -1. 1 ills, I lell my sons, in a 

„; .iml iinbijming lone. 1 

need mure i.mipliments from 

you," 

'■i IIU may not agree with 

I nil " -,ns Martin Kjaii.deanof 

' il .iris .11 har[ic-r. "hut whiil 

, ■- H not easily dismisivtl. 

' 111 til him. and that's what 

n t,nipoi!.mt ' 

BU s leiture, eniulcd The 
Mnliiili.i.:> nf M.inly Identity", 
lull he presented Thursday, 
l-ebruary lb, at 7: .10 p,m in 
ri»m JI4;i. "n»c admission is S^ 
lor Harper students and S ? lor the 
general public. For tickets or 

more llll"^>^n.llllWl e.ilt (he Har|)er 



Mouies that have been made 
about condoms: 

Little Simp *>/ Cnmloms 
fridid': : ' ■ . < and the Cttndom of Doom 
ndfirns tn the Fountain 

Prettier in [.,tlex 

/'n::('> (".,,.^!.,t>i 
Condoms ■ .tt nwi! 

PeKKy Sue (jiii u C-nulom 



February •>, 1«9 



puR* « 



Phot o Opinion 

This issue's Pho.0 Opinion: ^VHa. wou.d you ..Re .o .eaU in .he HarMn.er 




S«t SJftcl 

Mfior. aiinpncvy 

Not opinioiis. infannitivc Mkto »»ch 

I* plicci iffl «*> fof "S'f '•*'I»' "■''"*• 
counseling, lulocing. iwd inore 
inrormalion ccnicred moutoI jiudffliUJt. 
happenings, adminisuimon ttiangw 



Farlia 



[■jniiloyoe 

Cjfcieiii Spcctib: Friday at IWI "If 
priced dcsseru. Ligtii Ctoice Ri|W 
Chute l*ice a week. 



Vi*i«« P«»o" 



Maidi' Communicaiicms 

OiiM care concerns and more inftimuwm 

m iin«k parent!, because ihc world has 

dian«B4 



Mike Sityai 



Major: Crimimal Justice 
Vewran news (m 1 feel liltc pan of the 
.school), news, swim suit issue, 
information: who. what * *hcrc in 

advance. 




P«| tiiil'»i|«" 

Mpr: Chemcal Ijigioccriiig 

Mom jpoiB. mote piciurcs- 



Darrin LiCanfl 

Major: Diisinen 

More comedy. .jiAoffen. 



Eric liortfreen 



Mjijor Uwfccidiiid 

Comic page. Dear AM)y type column. 



Pteudopliile Creen 



Major: Agricutturc. Philosophy, Music 
Hisior> lupplemcms. commemorative 

artictes. promiscuity ratios at diflcrcnt 
colleges, and maichmaker column. 




HAKBJNGER 



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